'Mild' concussion could triple risk of suicide, study suggests
February 10, 2016
A new study suggests the effects of mild concussions are greater than first thought and include a higher risk of suicide. We meet two women whose concussions have affected them for years and the doctor urging medical professionals to reconsider the risks.
Premier Wall: Use Unemployed Oil And Gas Workers to Clean up Old Oil Wells
February 9, 2016
They were built with wild abandon. And now thousands of oil and gas wells across Western Canada truly are abandoned. Saskatchewan's Premier has proposed cleaning them up for good, with the help of layed off oil and gas workers. And he has a small-town bus
How to enjoy great literature without all the pesky words
February 7, 2016
Nick Rougeux is creating data art using the punctuation of literary classics.
The pig eater's dilemma
What do you know about the meat on your plate? Julia Smith belongs to a movement of farmers, chefs, and consumers who share the belief that there's a moral imperative to ensure livestock has the best life possible.
January 22, 2016
IDEAS presents some very contrary views from Moses Znaimer's 2015 ideacity conference: Dr. Amy Lehman on aid & development; Dr. Patick Moore on science & environmentalism; and Alex Epstein on the moral case for fossil fuels.