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Don't Lose Sleep Over This Dec. 11, 2019

Wellnews

It's long been known that sleep deprivation adversely affects cognitive function; we just don't seem... Read More

Do We Grow From Tragedy? Nov. 22, 2019

C Force

It seems that every year around the holidays, numerous stories appear in the media of people skirtin... Read More

Scientists: Dishonest or Afraid? Nov. 20, 2019

Walter E. Williams

The absolute worst case of professional incompetence and dishonesty is in the area of climate scienc... Read More

Climate Myths Nov. 20, 2019

John Stossel

"How dare you? You have stolen my dreams and my childhood!" insisted teenage climate activist Greta ... Read More

Once Upon A Crime Nov. 19, 2019

The Science Advice Goddess

I've been with my boyfriend for nine years, and I'm still pissed off about stuff from like five year... Read More

Pregnant Pause Nov. 13, 2019

Wellnews

The Centers for Disease Control reports that a large number of pregnant women are not getting two cr... Read More

Rising Seas From Warming Will Imperil Millions More Than Earlier Predicted Nov. 12, 2019

Daily Editorials

A new study finds that previous estimates of the impact of rising sea levels on coastal communities ... Read More

Smoking Out Users Nov. 06, 2019

Wellnews

A large national survey, taken from 2016 to 2017 and published in JAMA, reports that people with ast... Read More

Painful Muscle Memory Oct. 30, 2019

Wellnews

Aricept, a drug commonly prescribed to manage cognitive decline in Alzheimer's patients, may be asso... Read More

Wasn't a $4.4 Trillion Federal Government Big Enough? Oct. 30, 2019

Terence Jeffrey

The leaders of both the Republican Party and the Democratic Party in the U.S. Senate proved again th... Read More

The Rid Carpet Oct. 29, 2019

The Science Advice Goddess

I'm a 30-something gay guy. When I moved to a new city five years ago, I knew nobody except two fem... Read More

Knock-Knock Oct. 23, 2019

Wellnews

The Peace Corps is famously all about young men and woman venturing to distant locales, bringing wit... Read More

If You Share Your DNA, Should You Expect Privacy? Oct. 19, 2019

Diane Dimond

Imagine a day when hardly anyone is able to get away with murder. Think about that. If there were a ... Read More

Social Media and Girls Oct. 09, 2019

Wellnews

A study of nearly 10,000 teens in the United Kingdom found that more than 25% of girls who used soci... Read More

Planting the Idea Oct. 02, 2019

Wellnews

You know this, but it bears repeating: A diet rich in plant-based foods may be better for heart heal... Read More

Friend Over Backward Oct. 01, 2019

The Science Advice Goddess

A friend agreed to dogsit while I flew up to visit my ailing dad. She bailed at 7 p.m. the night be... Read More

No Fan of Heat Sep. 25, 2019

Wellnews

When temperatures rise, it seems like a no-brainer to reach over and flick on an electric fan. But i... Read More

Science and Making Babies: Buyer Beware Sep. 21, 2019

Diane Dimond

We live in a remarkably overregulated world. Yet, almost unbelievably, there are few hard-and-fast l... Read More

Migraines and Dementia Sep. 18, 2019

Wellnews

Migraines and dementia have much in common. Headaches, including migraines, are the most common neur... Read More

Colorbind Sep. 11, 2019

Wellnews

Nearly 52 million people in the U.S. wear some sort of device with a heart rate tracker, such as a F... Read More