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Until doctors begin to recognize caregivers as medical team members, this expert says, health care will suffer.
Not many crowds cheer at the appearance of the table of elements as though a favorite baseball player has taken the field, but at <i>Apocalyptical</i>, <i>Radiolab</i>'s live show at Oakland's Paramount Theater on Sunday, that is exactly what happened.
Tom Bearden reports on the push to use private satellites to document genocide from space.
Artist Gong Yuebin grew up during China's Cultural Revolution and it shows. His piece "Site 2801," on display at Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, Calif., reflects a re-imagined terra cotta army -- 200 warriors interspersed with 10 modern-looking soldiers, symbolizing an unchanged feeling of militarism. Spencer Michels reports.
To get to the North Pole, Sebastian Copeland and his partner Keith Heger had to trek 400 miles on foot, scaling high boulders and forging icy rivers -- all while dragging a 200-pound sled in temperatures as low as -50 degrees Fahrenheit. Copeland chronicles their journey in his latest documentary, "Into the Cold."
When I have guests visiting, I make sure that one of the local stops is Smitten. The ice cream is made to order only using the freshest local ingredients and it is frozen within 60 seconds using liquid nitrogen.
Thousands of students ventured to Washington D.C. for the 2010 Science and Engineering Festival. Booths lined the National Mall as the event sought to pique the interest of the nation's youth in science and math through an array of interactive exhibits.
Who cares what stock analysts think -- their "estimates" of company earnings? Everyone, it turns out. And for good reason.
Forget mango salsa - just add cilantro and let this recipe sit in the fridge to meld the flavors.
I don't remember worrying about tornadoes as a little girl growing up in Oklahoma, but they were a real threat: In May 1950, the National Weather Service recorded an F-4 about an hour and a half south of Tulsa that killed five people and injured more than 30.