Human beings are social creatures, and there’s a high likelihood that at least one other individual feels the same as you the morning after the night before.
By Daryl Davies, Joshua Silva, Terry David Church, The Conversation
Under federal law, you can be fired for saying "ok boomer" but not for millennial put-downs.
By Elizabeth C. Tippett, The Conversation
Emperor Penguins could virtually disappear by the year 2100 due to loss of Antarctic sea ice. But a new study shows a more aggressive global climate policy can halt the penguins’ march to extinction.
By Stephanie Jenouvrier, The Conversation
A data scholar explains why playing at home doesn't provide the boost that it once did.
By Konstantinos Pelechrinis, The Conversation
By Stephen Pyne
The Earth may be entering an era in which natural and human-generated fire together are reshaping the planet.
By Mark Maslin, Lucien Georgeson, The Conversation
While U.S. President Donald Trump may be “the world’s most powerful climate change denier”, the latest research suggests he took over over a thriving green economy.
By Tamara Sussman, The Conversation
Research shows that as many as one third of seriously ill, hospitalized older people are receiving invasive treatments they don’t want at end-of-life, because no one has talked to them about their wishes for future care.
By Paul Freedman, The Conversation
When was it decided that women prefer some types of food – yogurt with fruit, salads and white wine – while men are supposed to gravitate to chili, steak and bacon?…
By Zachary Jaggers, The Conversation
A linguist explains how your political orientation can influence how you pronounce certain words.
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