College students who use cell phones or laptops in class get lower grades than their peers who don't, research shows. And a full three quarters of professors are oblivious.
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After our conversation with a Boulder author about a meaningful, yet brutal hiking experience, listeners reached out with their stories of physically challenging adventures.
With demand for primary care rising, one physicians group says the state needs to proactively recruit and train more doctors in the field. But the major changes happening in health care make it hard to know just how many doctors the state needs.
Did you know you can train your brain to listen to music in a very different, and far more satisfying way?
Surveys show that downhill skiing is declining in popularity, while newer outdoor sports, like freeskiing, are booming with new participants.
Feeling the blues and having trouble sleeping? There’s an insomnia therapy that doctors say could be the most advanced treatment of depression since Prozac.
Just like a weather report predicts the likelihood of a dangerous tornado, scientists say there needs to be better monitoring of long-term climate change and related threats.
You blow it and sometimes stick it where it doesn't belong. You might even find yourself being led by it. Still, there's a lot you don't know about your nose.
Colorado Community College students will soon be able to perform online experiments, controlling specialized laboratory equipment from the comfort of their own homes.