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The Nature Cure
Wellness

The Nature Cure

Mind and body benefit from two hours in nature each week

By Jason G. Goldman
How a Revolutionary Technique Got People with Spinal-Cord Injuries Back on Their Feet
Medical & Biotech

How a Revolutionary Technique Got People with Spinal-Cord Injuries Back on Their Feet

Electrical stimulation has promised huge gains for people with paralysis. Now comes the hard part—getting beyond those first steps

By Cassandra Willyard and Nature magazine
How a Data Detective Exposed Suspicious Medical Trials
Policy & Ethics

How a Data Detective Exposed Suspicious Medical Trials

Anaesthetist John Carlisle has spotted problems in hundreds of research papers—and spurred a leading medical journal to change its practice

By David Adam and Nature magazine

Departments

  • From the Editor

    The Perks of Being Outdoors Backed Up By Science

  • News

    Two-for-One: Chickenpox Vaccine Lowers Shingles Risk in Children

  • The U.S. Opioid Epidemic Is Driving a Spike in Infectious Diseases

  • Mind the Staph: London Is Crawling with Antibiotic-Resistant Microbes

  • A Year In, the Second-Largest Ebola Outbreak Continues to Rage

  • Japan Approves First Human-Animal Embryo Experiments

  • Alarming Surge in Drug-Resistant HIV Uncovered

  • Anorexia May Be Linked to Metabolism, a Genetic Analysis Suggests

  • Opinion

    Cancer Medicine Is Failing Us

  • Psychedelic Medicine Is Coming. The Law Isn't Ready

  • Population Health: How We Can Cure What's Ailing Health Care

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