The Future of Medicine
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Scientists are unraveling the mysteries of pain
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The opioid crisis exposed in photos from a hard-hit neighborhood
Women’s health concerns are dismissed more, studied less
Women’s health concerns are dismissed more, studied less
These traditional diets can lead to long lives
These traditional diets can lead to long lives
Here's how we can feed 10 billion people without destroying the environment
Here's how we can feed 10 billion people without destroying the environment
How trillions of microbes affect every stage of our life—from birth to old age
How trillions of microbes affect every stage of our life—from birth to old age
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Why our fast-paced society loves yoga
Could a robot care for grandma?
Could a robot care for grandma?

From Mike Ulica

Our aim: To illuminate and protect

The National Geographic Society’s plans for 2020 celebrate milestones and back science, exploration, biodiversity, says President and COO Mike Ulica.

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Why do we get annoyed? Science has irritatingly few answers.
Why do we get annoyed? Science has irritatingly few answers.
Dirt floors can kill you. This graduate might have a solution.
Dirt floors can kill you. This graduate might have a solution.
See our four favorite innovations this month
See our four favorite innovations this month
How does the shoemaker love his work? Heart and sole
How does the shoemaker love his work? Heart and sole
Having nine passports is rare; here’s how it could happen
Having nine passports is rare; here’s how it could happen
Travel
4 things that will inspire you to travel this January
4 things that will inspire you to travel this January
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Why hiking Wales is one of our best trips for 2020
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Here’s how travelers can help protect frogs in Costa Rica

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