Related Program: The Record New book explores the power of your brain to heal By Deborah Wang & Amina Al-Sadi • Nov 21, 2016 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Listen Listening... / 9:43 Deborah Wang talks to Erik Vance about his book, "Suggestible You: The Curious Science of Your Brain's Ability to Deceive, Transform and Heal." Tags: healthscienceartsbooksTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content This mom's choice: Nurse her baby or quit the Postal Service By Isolde Raftery • Nov 18, 2016 KUOW Photo/Isolde Raftery Iesha Gray called it the drought. One month back from maternity leave, her breasts were empty. No more milk. Her baby girl at home was drinking her way through the freezer stash. Bunnies and penguins get arthritis too. How Seattle's zoo treats them By Ruby de Luna • Nov 17, 2016 Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren/Woodland Park Zoo Listen Listening... / 3:46 How do you treat a penguin with arthritis? First, you watch him walk. Washington state elector in 'Hail Mary' bid to unseat Trump By Kate Walters & Bill Radke • Nov 15, 2016 Courtesy of Bret Chiafalo Thousands of Americans have protested the Trump presidency. But the election isn't completely over. Listen Listening... / 6:20 This election map is a lie. So we made new ones By Abraham Epton • Nov 18, 2016 KUOW graphic/Abe Epton Maps lie because they simplify. They lie in different ways, to show certain realities, and electoral maps are no different. In places where there are few people, hundreds of square miles turn red or blue (but usually red) because those voters cast their ballots in a certain way.