We don’t really understand sleep beyond knowing that not getting enough of it can kill you.

It must really get in the way of your daily life when your flesh begins to melt on exposure to sunlight.

Human history can be followed by the history of the scalpel.

I would imagine that anyone reading this has already heard of the passing of Sir Terry Pratchett earlier this week, and I think he would have appreciated it if I took a few moments to spread awareness of the disease that killed him: posterior cortical atrophy.

Few things will throw off a battle like the party mage falling asleep in the middle of casting fireball.

Those parts of the world which integrate modern and traditional medicine, rather than separate them, can teach us a bit about how medicine might work in fantasy.

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