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Stories by Karen Wright

Times Of Our Lives

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

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

Times of Our Lives

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

August 12, 2002 — Karen Wright
Getting the Goats

Getting the Goats

A national park struggles to rid itself of a charismatic ungulate

March 1, 1996 — Karen Wright
Myocardial Infraction?

Myocardial Infraction?

The evidence on cholesterol is subjected to interpretation

November 1, 1989 — Karen Wright
Diluvian Tremens

Diluvian Tremens

Policy initiatives could turn the tide on wetland loss

October 1, 1989 — Karen Wright
Too much Pressure?

Too much Pressure?

Are deep-water divers risking their bones and brains?

September 1, 1989 — Karen Wright
One Hand Clapping

One Hand Clapping

Digital audio is changing film sound. Will audiences notice?

June 1, 1989 — Karen Wright
Playing Demigod

Playing Demigod

Biologists find limits to tinkering with reproduction

May 1, 1989 — Karen Wright
A Breed Apart

A Breed Apart

Finicky flies lend credence to a theory of speciation

February 1, 1989 — Karen Wright
Fertility Rites

Fertility Rites

Controversy and liability are limiting contraceptive options

December 1, 1988 — Karen Wright
Body Shop?

Body Shop?

Advertising's infatuation with physiology has cooled

November 1, 1988 — Karen Wright
Stories by Karen Wright

Feeling Dead Inside?

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