Friday, December 14, 2007

Time, December 3, 2007

What Makes Us Moral
Morality and empathy are writ deep in our genes. Alas, so are savagery and bloodlust. Science is now learning what makes us both noble and terrible -- and perhaps what can make us better.

The Year in Medicine From A to Z
The new stem-cell breakthrough is the scientific bulletin of the year, but 2007 provided a whole alphabet of medical news, as TIME's A-to-Z guide shows.

No Ho Ho
Money worries and culture wars make shopping feel like an obstacle course.

Facial Yoga
Laugh if you like, but these hot new workouts may actually help you look younger.

Peak Possibilities
Signs abound that oil production may be topping out. Is this the end of the world as we know it?

Is Facebook Overrated?
The cool kid on the Web has everyone's attention, but the social-networking site still needs profits to match its promise.

Who Will Be Person of the Year in 2007?
TIME asked several prominent individuals whom they would choose for the 2007 Person of the Year.

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