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February 1, 2023

Millions of pumpkins end up in landfills every Halloween season, but there’s a better alternative

January 30, 2023

There’s a high chance PFAS are in your food, water and blood

January 27, 2023

As millions of people with the eating disorder seek more effective treatment options, experts say psychedelic therapy shows very early promise

January 23, 2023

As new uses emerge for continuous glucose monitors, questions remain about their utility for people without diabetes

January 16, 2023

Automated computer programs in health care are not all bad

January 13, 2023

Caring for loved ones can lead to depression and burnout, but Flako Jimenez sees the possibility for joy

January 6, 2023

In a study, adolescents who slept less at night and napped during the day saw cognitive gains. But experts urge caution in rescheduling sleep

January 4, 2023

A planetary geologist says two planned NASA missions may teach us a lot about the possibility of life elsewhere in the universe

December 16, 2022

An interactive experience in NYC thinks it found the key ingredient for getting adults interested in science: alcohol

December 15, 2022

Patients experiencing VR during surgery received lower sedative doses, but reported similar experiences to sedated patients

December 8, 2022

A change previously seen in mothers occurs in new dads too — and may help them both become better caregivers

November 30, 2022

In order to prosecute you for an illegal abortion, police need to know it happened in the first place

November 10, 2022

Global health advocate Zain Rizvi pushes for upheaval of intellectual property laws

November 3, 2022

Tucked away in the East Village of Manhattan sits La Plaza Cultural de Armando Perez, a symbol of community resilience and dedication to greenspace

October 14, 2022

Sarah Cameron Sunde’s performance art contemplates our interconnection with nature

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