As a doctor, I am reminded every day of the fragility of the human body, how closely mortality lurks just around the corner.
Amid such suffering, people need some joy.
From 260-year-old ciphers to the most recent Zodiac Killer solution, these unbreakable codes just needed time.
How two seemingly distinct exoplanet systems turned out to be related. Practically every star in the Milky Way has a similar origin story. At some point in the past, a molecular […]
A new study from Ohio State University details implicit bias.
Country music deserves better cultural ambassadors.
Marijuana use among college students in 2020 reached levels not seen since the 1980s.
Yet 80 percent of respondents want to reduce their risk of dementia.
The New Yorker-based comedy team on never exercising or going outside, and so much more.
Why do Black newborns have a relatively high mortality rate in the U.S. — and how does the race of the doctor factor in?
Watch the plasma slide down the prominence like a roller coaster! Our Sun, despite it’s outward appearance as a perfectly hot sphere, is anything but uniform. When take a closer look […]
Many organizations are just scratching the surface of what their talent is capable of, but reskilling programs help unlock untapped potential.
Just 12 million light-years away, the galaxies Messier 81 and 82 offer a nearby preview of the Milky Way-Andromeda merger.
Taped on the Asian side of Istanbul, Turkey: The ancient art of coffee ground reading. Food as a citizen of geographic, not national borders. Chef and food ethnographer Musa Dağdeviren, author of THE TURKISH COOKBOOK, and his ambitious project to preserve Turkey's rich and diverse cuisine.
On the list of animals at risk are several endangered species.
The 'People Map of the United States' zooms in on America's obsession with celebrity
While many people don't think its all that bad, a new study suggests you should lay off while expecting.
An artist’s impression of what the fully-deployed James Webb Space telescope will look like from the perspective of an observer on the ‘dark’ (non-Sun-facing) side of the observatory. (NORTHRUP GRUMMAN) […]
65 million years ago, an asteroid strike caused the 5th great mass extinction. Could we save Earth, today, from a similar event?
Unraveling the mysteries of adult neurogenesis may have clinical applications.
Political activism may get people invested in politics, and affect urgently needed change, but it comes at the expense of tolerance and healthy democratic norms.
Can we stop a rogue AI by teaching it ethics? That might be easier said than done.
The 'reasonable person' represents someone who is both common and good.
A new study investigates if pot smokers outperformed nonsmokers in creativity.
Hint: Both lead to the same metabolic state.
If you forgot to defrost your turkey, definitely don’t put it in a deep fryer. Every year, households all across the United States face a troubling dilemma with no good solutions: […]
If you surreptitiously pick your nose, chances are that everyone can see you doing it.
A therapist explains acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).