Renewable subsidies are already paying for themselves
Scientists in Australia report that a trial of probiotics mixed with peanuts lasting four years lead to a peanut tolerance.
And how to fix it.
The work is particularly sensitive because it involves changes to the germ line, genes that could be passed on to future generations.
Research suggests that conditions in the workplace might be to blame.
Researchers asked people to rate words on how funny the are. Somehow, "booty" won.
Opioid users with mental health issues — namely suicidal thoughts and depression — are much more likely to develop unhealthy dependency.
The physician who wrote the first case report in the 1970s believes it was, at least in part, a social contagion.
Sperm count in men from North America, Europe, and Australia declined by 50-60% between 1973 and 2011.
The long read: The headlines have never been worse. But an increasingly influential group of thinkers insists that humankind has never had it so good – and only our pessimism is holding us back
Don't believe the pumped-up headlines. The latest study on CTE in the NFL doesn't tell us anything we didn't already know.
Reasons for the ‘shocking’ drop are unclear, say researchers, and represent a huge and neglected area of public health.
It's every parent's dream come true — but grade inflation is problematic for schools and students alike.
Scientists have calculated the total amount of plastic ever made. Spoiler alert: it’s a lot. But what’s even more disturbing is where all this plastic is ending up.
Rich people are going to find it easier to adapt to automation.
Since 2015, as attention has been focused by conservative media on tensions at universities, views of higher education as an institution have plummeted among Republicans.
A relatively small number of fossil fuel producers and their investors could hold the key to tackling climate change.
Surveying 2.4 million trees showed that predators may help keep the trees at sustainable levels.
If you're going to say something nice about yourself, just say it. It's okay to like yourself.
High levels of cognitive empathy make these people adept at recognizing what will upset someone, and knowing when they’ve pushed the right buttons.
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