Stationed beyond the moon, the proposed “terrascope” would use our planet’s atmosphere to magnify light from distant objects
Drought fueled by global warming could exacerbate food insecurity, particularly in developing countries
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Stoking panic and fear creates a false narrative that can overwhelm readers, leading to inaction and hopelessness
Diagnoses could be made of individuals with AD pathology years before the first symptoms
Global outrage should focus on North American fishing and shipping industries as well
People who receive either therapy soon after infection have a 90 percent survival rate, a clinical trial finds
Scientists explore the brain’s “olfactory map”
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Negative feedback helps some people make better health choices, but we need a different approach to motivate others