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Issue 31

Quiet Time

As the pace of life quickens, the number of applications for ten-day silent meditation retreats has gone through the roof.

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Issue 27

Science Project: Behaving Badly

Do television and the Internet produce bad and destructive behavior among kids? Maybe all they need is a breath of fresh air.

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Issue 26

Science Project: Stressed Out

Making love not war might be the best antidote.

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Blog: FLYP Notes
  Nguyen Quoc Khanh, 44, began using opium while he was working in a gold m …
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Issue 18

Going Green: Ecosmetics

Skin care products contain an array of chemicals that are potentially harmful to your skin—and the environment. For example, cosmetics makers are allowed to use carcinogens like coal tar and asbestos in skin cream. Here are some product ideas that will keep you and the planet looking good.

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Issue 12

Blowing Smoke

In the battle to give up cigarettes, a new review suggests that bribes aren’t the answer.

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Issue 11

Golden Years at the Menagerie

Animals are living longer than ever at the nation’s zoos—but more birthdays mean extra challenges.

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Issue 09

Smoke and Mirrors

A groundbreaking new study of drug consumption patterns worldwide raises questions about the basis for America’s war on drugs.

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Issue 08

Going Long

Do four places around the world hold the keys to extending our lives?

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Issue 07

To Wii or Not to Wii

Can a video game actually get you fit and help with physical therapy?

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