Tracking Opioids Beneath the Streets
Sewage-sampling robots are delivering near real-time data about a community’s drug usage.
Could the Physics of Free Throws Have Won the Cavs the Finals?
Basketball is a game of trajectories, which means there's a formula for the perfect free throw.
Massachusetts Court Evades Answer to Whether Addiction a Defense
FDA Approves First-Ever RNAi Drug
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the first-ever drug based on RNA interference, or RNAi. The drug targets a rare genetic disease, which impairs heart and nerve function.
FCC Officially Repeals Obama-Era Net Neutrality Rules
The Federal Communications Commission has officially repealed Obama-era net neutrality rules that required Internet providers to offer equal access to all web content.
Women More Likely to Have Strokes Than Men
Centuries-Old Caricature Drives Divide in Breastfeeding Rates
With no familial history, the only cultural memory some Black women have of breastfeeding came from the echoes of slavery, such as wet nurse or mammy caricatures, a researcher found.