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The Ethics of Erasing a Bad Memory

Doctor's View: A frightened cancer patient inadvertently heard terrible news. Anesthesia erased her memory. It was a snap decision -- and a compassionate one. But was it right?


TUESDAY 16. OCTOBER 2007



SUNDAY 14. OCTOBER 2007


Gorillas in the Crossfire

The civil war in Congo has cut off the rare silverback mountain gorilla from the conservationists who are trying to save it


SATURDAY 13. OCTOBER 2007


Heart Drugs May Help Lungs Too

Cholesterol-lowering statins may help stave off lung deterioration in the elderly, and even in patients with emphysema and COPD

Steroids: Not Just for Athletes

A new study reveals that the typical American steroid user is not necessarily an elite athlete, but just a guy who wants to look good


FRIDAY 12. OCTOBER 2007



THURSDAY 11. OCTOBER 2007


Yellowstone's Wolves: Embattled Again

The once vanished gray wolf has made a comeback in the Northern Rockies. The fight is over whether to remove them from the Endangered Species list and let hunters have at them


WEDNESDAY 10. OCTOBER 2007


How Stress Harms the Heart

Studies show that chronic stress contributes to heart attacks and other disease, and researchers think it's time to make stress reduction a medical priority


TUESDAY 9. OCTOBER 2007


How Safe Are Our Bio-Labs?

The U.S. has spent billions on new high-risk bio-labs since 2001, but experts worry that ongoing bioterror research has made Americans even less safe than before.

Why Banked Blood Goes Bad

For critically ill patients, blood transfusions can endanger their lives instead of saving them. A new study suggests we can bank blood better.


MONDAY 8. OCTOBER 2007


Bringing Life Back to Inner Mongolia

Overgrazing has turned big swaths of China's lush grasslands into desert, but recent efforts to rejuvenate the land may help sustain the country as a whole

The Changing Face of Breast Cancer

Once a disease of the Western world, breast cancer has become a global concern. How women, doctors and communities are fighting back and bringing hope to those in need


FRIDAY 5. OCTOBER 2007


The Changing Face of Breast Cancer

Once a disease of the Western world, breast cancer has become a global concern. How women, doctors and communities are fighting back and bringing hope to those in need


THURSDAY 4. OCTOBER 2007


The Changing Face of Breast Cancer

Once a disease of the Western world, breast cancer has become a global concern. How women, doctors and communities are fighting back and bringing hope to those in need


MONDAY 1. OCTOBER 2007


Let's Chill About Global Warming

Danish statistician Bjorn Lomborg sat down with TIME to discuss his new book, Cool It: the Skeptical Environmentalist's guide to Global Warming


SATURDAY 29. SEPTEMBER 2007


Climate Change: Filling the Bush Gap

Celebrities and businesses -- Bill Clinton, Brad Pitt and Wal-Mart -- are pledging millions to fill the void of the government's inaction on climate change. Is it enough?


WEDNESDAY 26. SEPTEMBER 2007


Fish Farming's Growing Dangers

Our crushing appetite for carnivorous fish like salmon and tuna depletes the oceans of smaller, feeder fish, and endangers the planet's marine ecology

A New Replacement for Hip Replacements

How good are the newest artificial hips? I'll say this much: you can survive a dislocation with no medication -- if you've spent a lifetime quaffing Greek wine.


TUESDAY 25. SEPTEMBER 2007


How "Fresh" is Air Freshener?

A study finds that many of them are high in phthalates EM] chemicals that have been linked to adverse health effects in high doses


SATURDAY 22. SEPTEMBER 2007



THURSDAY 20. SEPTEMBER 2007


Getting Better Numbers on Drugs

As police and lawmakers continue the fight against substance abuse, researchers are working on new ways to gauge America's addictions