Science and Technology
Food Expiration Dates Don’t Have Much Science Behind Them – a Food Safety Researcher Explains Another Way to Know What’s Too Old to Eat
Americans throw away a lot of food that is perfectly safe to eat
Rogue online pharmacies frequently use social media platforms to reach potential customers
A Quest for Significance Gone Horribly Wrong – How Mass Shooters Pervert a Universal Desire to Make a Difference in the World
There have been 213 mass shootings in the United States so far this year
A 2019 study found that 79% of health apps available through the Google Play store regularly shared user data. The data could conceivably be used in a criminal prosecution.
We knew the US healthcare system did a poor job of serving women. The Commonwealth Fund Report reveals the situation is even worse than we thought.
Pollen Season Is Getting Longer and More Intense With Climate Change – Here’s What Allergy Sufferers Can Expect in the Future
Study finds that the U.S. could face up to a 200% increase in total pollen this century
The idea of using genetic material to produce an immune response has opened up a world of research and potential medical uses far out of reach of traditional vaccines