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Simone Biles.

Give her some space

Psychologist’s perspective on Simone Biles at the Olympics includes message for parents, coaches

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INfant in doctor's hands.

Gut check

Changes in gut microbiome in longitudinal study of infants precede onset of celiac disease

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Microscopy image of the developing cerebral cortex

Mapping the developing brain

Harvard and Broad researchers combine single-cell genomic technologies to map the mouse cortex

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Vaccine.

One shot at protection

Single-shot COVID-19 vaccine generates robust immune responses against variants

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Doctor looking at brain scans.

Chipping in to detect stroke

Researchers have found that a small chip under the skin may help predict the likelihood of a second stroke

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Plastic brain model.

Brainstorming a cure

Researchers are retraining tumor-promoting immune cells to fight most aggressive type of brain cancer

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Zoom panel with Jim Downs, Susan Reverby and Evelynn Hammonds.

Unraveling medical racism

Historians explore how studying the past can help promote health equity in the present

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Salad.

Salad or cheeseburger?

People in our social networks influence the food we eat — both healthy and unhealthy — according to a large study of hospital employees

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