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Kinnari Shah is an editor, writer, poet, lawyer and mother of two, whose (second) greatest joy in life is unearthing typos on restaurant menus. She received her English and French degrees from the University of California, Berkeley, and her law degree from the University of Michigan. In her spare time, she sings with the Oregon Repertory Singers and dreams of the lavender fields of Provence.

Are Fetal Cells Actually Fatal Cells?

Motherhood is the gift that keeps on giving. But some of its gifts may ...

Cholesterol Redeemed: The Egg is Back!

The nation’s top nutritionists have dropped another bomb in the never-ending shell game about ...

The 6th Extinction: Is It Underway Already?

Do you remember the loggerhead turtle and the bonobo? That’s a question our grandchildren may ...

Obama’s Task Force Misses Deadline: Is it Too Late to Save the Bees?

In a recent letter to the White House, CEOs of leading environmental groups urged President Obama ...

Robots Gone Rogue: Who Pays the Price?

Once upon a time, there were some baby bots. They were sweet and docile ...

How the Oculus Rift is Changing Virtual Reality

The virtual reality (VR) headset, as any gamer will tell you, has undergone a ...

Facebook — Making the Virtual a Reality

What would it feel like to soar over mountaintops? Or travel to Paris in a ...