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May 5, 2023

Ten years after Superstorm Sandy struck the east coast, naturalists worry a government-funded storm mitigation plan will wipe out a historic ecosystem

April 4, 2023

Scientists are unraveling air pollution's effects on mental health

March 31, 2023

TikTok creators are describing side effects from getting off the pill, but that might not be what’s causing their symptoms

March 18, 2023

The New York Mycological Society is a “mushroom club for anyone”

March 10, 2023

From Mexico to Mississippi, extreme weather events are increasing the risk of intestinal sickness outbreaks

March 7, 2023

Lab-grown fish is predicted to be the next big trend in alternative seafood, but how is it made?

March 4, 2023

Clinicians with autism have long hid their diagnoses from colleagues, but some are now sharing their stories to ignite change

March 3, 2023

With crewed missions poised to leave low-Earth orbit, efforts are underway to better predict and respond to solar storms

February 28, 2023

The loss of the iconic Arecibo Telescope is a massive blow — but not in the way you may think

February 24, 2023

Medication abortions terminate pregnancies with two drugs rather than a surgical procedure

February 21, 2023

Global migraine rates have risen 40% in 20 years, but neurologists are skeptical that the increase is real

February 20, 2023

Delayed evacuation orders and a dearth of Spanish-language weather programming left many in the Hispanic community unprepared

February 17, 2023

A local New York City nonprofit is working to make the region a shellfish haven after decades of declining oyster populations

February 13, 2023

Recent research is promising for cognition, but experts stress that multivitamins are not a "silver bullet"

February 10, 2023

Scientists say the "ghost dams" scattered throughout the country's waterways pose ecological risks

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