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Stories by Karen Wright

Times Of Our Lives

Whether they're counting minutes, months or years, biological clocks help to keep our brains and bodies running on schedule

February 1, 2006 — Karen Wright

Times of Our Lives

Whether they're counting minutes or years, biological clocks keep our brains and bodies on time, perhaps even on schedule for death

June 1, 2004 — Karen Wright

Times of Our Lives

Whether they're counting minutes, months or years, biological clocks help to keep our brains and bodies running on schedule

September 1, 2002 — Karen Wright

Getting the Goats

A national park struggles to rid itself of a charismatic ungulate

March 1, 1996 — Karen Wright

Myocardial Infraction?

The evidence on cholesterol is subjected to interpretation

November 1, 1989 — Karen Wright

Diluvian Tremens

Policy initiatives could turn the tide on wetland loss

October 1, 1989 — Karen Wright

Too much Pressure?

Are deep-water divers risking their bones and brains?

September 1, 1989 — Karen Wright

One Hand Clapping

Digital audio is changing film sound. Will audiences notice?

June 1, 1989 — Karen Wright

Playing Demigod

Biologists find limits to tinkering with reproduction

May 1, 1989 — Karen Wright

A Breed Apart

Finicky flies lend credence to a theory of speciation

February 1, 1989 — Karen Wright

Fertility Rites

Controversy and liability are limiting contraceptive options

December 1, 1988 — Karen Wright

Body Shop?

Advertising's infatuation with physiology has cooled

November 1, 1988 — Karen Wright