A correlation between ill health and eating eggs doesn't actually tell us much.
For Faye Flam's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
They can't match humanity's malice and greed.
The virus has been eradicated from a second patient. In the 20 years since the first cure, the science of prevention and management has transformed.
What's so great about Fahrenheit? Not much, but Americans are sticking with it. The global conversation about climate needs to adapt to that reality.
U.S. leaders' rhetoric has grown less analytical over the past century and more confident. But Trump may be as far as that trend can go.
Innovations are more likely to arise from lone researchers or very small groups.
A lack of sun puts darker-skinned people at greater risk for hypertension.
The cold calculus of "loss aversion" economic theory gives the wrong answer.
If you listened to Mother Earth, you'd probably eat more corn and soy than nutritionists suggest.
It's actually pretty accurate now, even further in advance. The Midwest had plenty of warning this cold front was coming.