Topic: Health

Dr. Jerry Radich

Surviving Cancer: The Biology of Luck

Why are some people “cured” of cancer while others deal with relapses? Answering that question may mean changing the way we think about the disease.

Lesley Hazleton

What’s wrong with dying?

The answer might seem simple, but in the hands of Lesley Hazleton, the question takes us on a surprisingly humorous and thought-provoking journey into what it would actually mean to live forever.

Scott Wyatt

Cubicles don’t work. How architectural design affects your brain.

Scott explains how architectural design can solve–or make—problems. With shapes, materials, and plants as design elements that make a workspace work, his architecture firm’s designs projects with employees and the neighborhood in mind.

Brian Arbogast 16:21

The amazing power of toilet innovation

What’s a technology that could lead to the greatest improvements in health and longevity in the developing world? The toilet.

Neel Baxi 10:57

Teens must learn to craft a life they love

Preconceived notions of success are hurting individuality and growth in teens.

Jim McDermott

Don’t take death lying down

Stories encouraging people to think and act on our own convictions while we can.

Jonathan Bricker

The willingness to crave