As our economy hints at deflation, we might ask ourselves, "Have we seen this before?"
The ban on federal funding of embryo research slows medical advances for the infertile.
Laws to ban human cloning could have an impact on treatments for infertile couples.
Stephen Smith's ongoing documentary on the social implications of infertility and the advanced reproductive techniques designed to correct the problem.
Narcolepsy affects a quarter of a million Americans. Learn what it's like to suffer from this deceptive disease, and visit a kennel of narcoleptic dogs where scientists unravel the mysteries of sleep. Site includes movies and audio.
Learn about our "circadian rhythms" - the human body's instinctive urge to sleep at night - and hear how sleep researchers and night-shift workers are trying to thwart them.
Mike Masterson, a professor of music in Powell, Wyoming, has recreated the repetoire of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Stephen Smith reports.
Movies, audio, and a Web magic lantern show pull you into the life and work of Frances Densmore whose monumental collection of Native American music from the early 20th century has been deemed a national treasure.
A Southern tradition brims with life in the Twin Cities. Hear the sounds of shaped-note singing in this special feature.
Follow a trail of clues through war-ravaged Sarajevo with journalist Michael Montgomery as he unravels the true story of how the war in Bosnia claimed a friend's life.