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South Korea’s Youthful Recluses • The government is trying to reach out to isolated young adults. Other Asian nations are wrestling with similar problems
How a Crowded GOP Field Helps Trump • More Republican would-be presidents are offering themselves as the ‘Not Trump.’ The main beneficiary of that, however, is the guy they want to stop
MEDICAL MARVELS • THESE 10 TECH INNOVATORS ARE DISRUPTING MEDICINE AND SAVING LIVES
REDISCOVERING ANCIENT PSYCHEDELIC DRUGS
FIGHTING BIAS IN LUNG CANCER AND MEDICINE
PIONEERING VIRTUAL HEALTH CARE FOR WOMEN
MAKING MEDICINE MORE AFFORDABLE FOR ALL
CONTRACEPTIVE DRUGS THAT DON’T MESS WITH HORMONES
LOW-COST SOLUTIONS TO GLOBAL HEALTH PROBLEMS
TAKING THE MEASURE OF FEMALE ORGASMS
A VOICE FOR THE VOICELESS
“WITHOUT OUR HEALTH, WE HAVE NOTHING.”
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Extraterrestrial Destinations Right Here on Earth • Whether you’re seeing Earth from sky high or looking up from below sea level, many of the world’s natural wonders look like landscapes from other worlds, imaginary or real. These otherworldly, immersive destinations help travelers step away from their realities and feel as though they’ve landed in a galaxy far away. Many have been used as inspiration for top-grossing movies, like the Avatar series and will be recognizable to fans of science-fiction television shows like Star Trek.
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