This audiobook contains a collection of columns written by Claudia Wallis, an award-winning science journalist whose work has appeared in the New York Times, Time, Fortune, and the New Republic. Claudia was the science editor at Time and the former managing editor of Scientific American Mind.
Together, these stories will demystify recent medical research and developments and expand your understanding of how these developments impact the mind and body. Section one sets the stage with a focus on cognition, neurological, and mental health; section two covers public health issues; section three focuses on the body; and the book concludes with innovative stories related to medicine and biotech.
Scientific American is the longest continuously published magazine in the US and the home of the most exciting authors presenting the most dynamic ideas in science today. As the leading popular source and authority on science, technology, and innovation, Scientific American's award-winning scientist-authored content engages, educates, and inspires current and future generations of curious citizens and public and private sector leaders.
SUZIE ALTHENS records from her professional studio in Alaska, near the beautiful Matanuska Glacier. She narrates regularly for major publishers and specializes in audiobooks and e-learning. Suzie is enthusiastic about narrating nonfiction as it provides opportunities to share amazing memoirs, medical discoveries, and inspiration, but she also enjoys mysteries and women's fiction. Suzie narrates children's encyclopedias and donates time to narrate children's fiction for Learning Ally, a nonprofit organization, when she has the opening to woo the reluctant young reader.