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Archives for the month of February 2009

  • Running High: A Runner’s RenditionRyan Noel-Hodge•February 17, 2009

    A champion cross country runner from Dawson College relates his personal experience with this unique state reached by high-level athletes and gives some insight into the physiology of the "runner's high".

  • Running High: A Runner’s RenditionRyan Noel-Hodge•February 17, 2009

    A champion cross country runner from Dawson College relates his personal experience with this unique state reached by high-level athletes and gives some insight into the physiology of the "runner's high".

  • History of the BrainErin Luxenberg•February 15, 2009

    To explicate the uses of the Brain seems as difficult a task as to paint the Soul, of which it is commonly said, that it understands all things but itself.
            -Thomas Willis, The Anatomy of the Brain and Nerves (1664)

  • The Long Road to Health and HappinessYariv Barsheshat•February 11, 2009

    How chicken soup can cure a sore throat and soothe the soul.

  • Granny’s PotionsAnda Dragomir•February 11, 2009

    Breathing easy with grandma's homemade remedies.

  • Home RemediesNadia Daly•February 10, 2009

    A four part series about people's experiences with home remedies.

  • The Science of CookingDmitri Komarov•February 3, 2009

    Peter Barham brings science to your kitchen with his new book The Science of Cooking

  • The Oklo ReactorDmitri Komarov•February 3, 2009

    The Oklo Reactor: the great-great-great-grand-daddy of power plants

  • The Oklo ReactorDmitri Komarov•February 3, 2009

    The Oklo Reactor: The Great-Great-Great-Grand-Daddy of Power Plants