They aren’t worried about feeling embarrassed or having an awkward interaction. And they are far less concerned about conforming to the crowd.
By Catherine A. Sanderson, The Conversation
While the world grappled with managing COVID-19, millions found routine appointments deferred or canceled. Two doctors offer suggestions for making those return trips safer.
By Rebekah Rollston, Margot Savoy, The Conversation
About 55 million U.S. schoolchildren attend schools that have been closed or are being directly affected by the new coronavirus social distancing rules.
By Erika Bocknek, The Conversation
Automated decision-making systems are sometimes rife with errors and designed in ways that punish the poor for being poor, leading to tragic results.
By Michele Gilman, The Conversation
By Michael Slowik, The Conversation
Whether warmly classical or bleakly meditative, film scores can be the unsung heroes behind the viewer’s experience.
By Rogelio Sáenz, The Conversation, Dudley L. Poston, Jr.
The U.S. Census Bureau projects that, by the middle of 2020, nonwhites will account for the majority of the nation’s 74 million children.
By Daryl Davies, Joshua Silva, Terry David Church, The Conversation
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 Elizabeth C. Tippett, The Conversation
Under federal law, you can be fired for saying "ok boomer" but not for millennial put-downs.
By Stephanie Jenouvrier, 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.
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