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Jamie Leventhal is an Associate Producer of Digital Video for the PBS NewsHour. She started at NewsHour as a Science & Social Media News Assistant, and covers topics on science, global health and tech. She earned a journalism degree from Northwestern University, and has previously worked at Popular Science and Quartz.
As COVID-19 cases, deaths and hospitalizations rise, just how safe are indoor sports?…
A majority of Americans – 58 percent – say that people should not participate in indoor team sports this winter, according to the latest PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist poll.
Planetary scientist Elizabeth "Zibi" Turtle breaks down NASA's upcoming mission to Saturn's moon, Titan, to learn about how early life may develop.
Social media appeals to users through a repetitive rewards system, so what happens when it takes away the likes?…
Researchers reviewed 24 smart home security gadgets, finding that the majority of these popular systems contained critical design flaws.
Instagram influencers and companies are selling cosmetic products for vulvas and "wellness" products for vaginas, which could put people at risk for infection and bacterial vaginosis.
New York City has been known for its pizza for decades, but now a surprising oven innovation is attracting new attention. At Columbia University, a lab is crafting ways to improve nutrition by 3-D printing pizza to precise dietary specifications…
If you buy or sell CBD, you could be breaking the law. These science lessons can explain why.
A new book explains how simple inventions, like the New York City pizza oven, allow certain food producers to dominate their global supply chains.
Math can solve your eternal questions of ordering pizza and explain why folding your pizza is always the strongest move.
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