A former nonprofit manager and teacher, Philip is now full-time writer and blogger. His work has appeared on Your Tango, STEMJobs, Hack Writers, NJ.com, Quarterly Access, and more. He has lived in Africa, Asia, and for a short time in Europe, and can be found at home, in New Jersey, with his lovely wife and friendly cat.
A “needs statement” is the core element and guiding force for such an innovative endeavor, says Stanford Professor Paul Yock.
A “magical probiotic mouthwash” may someday eradicate them, according to UC-San Diego researchers, whose research is leading them to a trigger in the microbiome.
This offers hope in the face of a disease which currently has no treatment option to halt its progression.
Fraternal twins tend to live longer than singletons. But identical twins generally outlive fraternal ones.
A new experimental drug can theoretically take out any virus, while leaving healthy cells unharmed.
Your ring-to-index finger ratio can tell a lot about what you’re good at and even what mental disorders you are prone to.
Some patients who went through gender reassignment surgery reported feeling just as out of place. A few were even suicidal.
Bees help pollenate much of our crops. Without them, the food supply is doomed.
Instead of an autoimmune disorder, scientists now believe a conspiracy of pathogens cause it.
Some fear we are meddling with forces too powerful for human control.