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Saturday, October 09, 2021
This year's best pictures include two friends sunbathing on giant shards of ice in Kazakhstan, workers at a red chili factory in Bangladesh and a white mangrove forest in Vietnam.
Sunday, September 26, 2021
If you're trying to rev up your pandemic fitness routine, maybe it's time to mix things up with some free weights — or soup cans — and get your muscles pumping.
Tuesday, August 17, 2021
In a previous "Coronavirus FAQ," we looked at the medical, practical — and ethical — implications of lying to get a booster or a shot for a kid under 12. And we asked you to share your views.
Sunday, August 15, 2021
Here are 3 letters from our reader callout: one to a hesitant dad, one to thank a dad who got his jab after many cancellations and one to all vaccine-hesitant folks after an uncle died from COVID.
Friday, July 30, 2021
Sweat is an "evolutionary marvel," says Sarah Everts, the author of The Joy of Sweat. In her new book, Everts delves into the science of perspiration and how this trait has enabled humans to thrive.
Monday, July 19, 2021
With much of the U.S. already sweltering this summer, even avid runners, hikers and bikers are wilting. We've got 10 strategies from experts on how to enjoy hot weather exercise without keeling over.
Sunday, July 11, 2021
We asked NPR readers to share photos of the objects they can't live without during the pandemic. Their responses are funny, surprising — and some might make you tear up.
Sunday, June 06, 2021
The winning images in the All About Photos contest answer the question: What's in "Your Mind's Eye"? And also: What can you carry on your head?
Friday, May 14, 2021
From the first vaccine (for smallpox) the questions have been the same. How do we transport it? Who's next to get it? Why so much hesitancy? The answers can be similar — or dramatically different.
Thursday, April 15, 2021
Psychological first aid is part of the mission of Doctors Without Borders. They hope to give those fleeing the horrors of civil unrest the tools to start moving past their trauma.
Monday, March 29, 2021
The report states that the coronavirus most likely did not originate at the wet market in Wuhan and that a lab leak was "an extremely unlikely pathway."
Monday, March 15, 2021
Dr. Paul Spiegel talks about the gaps — and raises the possibility that the coronavirus pandemic could lead to huge changes in humanitarian responses.
Friday, March 05, 2021
Dr. Miuel Nicolelis, a Duke University neuroscientist originally from Brazil, has been in Sao Paulo for the past year caring for his mother. He says it's like a war zone.
Thursday, March 04, 2021
It's the first country to receive free vaccines from the COVAX program. But that shipment of 600,000 can't protect a nation of 30 million. And conspiracy theories about the vaccine are swirling.
Friday, August 23, 2019
There have been 74,155 fires in Brazil so far this year, mostly in the Amazon, and about half of which have ignited in just the past month. Some world leaders are raising the alarm.
Thursday, August 15, 2019
From starting a fire to delivering a baby, that little box of string in your medicine cabinet is your best tool for tackling countless travel troubles.