How China’s Zero-COVID Policy Affects Climate Goals

​​China’s policy of working to prevent every single COVID case, known as zero-COVID, has been controversial from the beginning. Observers raised questions about the possible economic impacts as well as… Read more

Confronting Death While Living With Muscular Dystrophy

I am an Aries through and through—bold, ambitious, fiery, and confident.  Today, March 27, marks my 50th year on this planet, something I could never have imagined. I was diagnosed… Read more

How to Reduce Food Waste and Save Money

Good riddance to that pack of chicken thighs you never got around to making for dinner, and the single-serve yogurts that seemed like a good idea at the timeคำพูดจาก สล็อตเว็บตรง.… Read more

February Broke Several Global Temperature Records_1

WASHINGTON — For the ninth straight month, Earth has obliterated global heat records — with February, the winter as a whole and the world’s oceans setting new high-temperature marks, according… Read more

Lab Grown Meat Can Be Kosher, Says Israel’s Head Rabbi

For years the nascent cultivated meat industry has bristled at critics who say that their product, grown with a nutrient broth in a stainless-steel vat, is not meat. But when… Read more

Key COVID-19 Vaccine Review Committee Promises Science Is Guiding Their Process

As part of its routine review process, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the agency responsible for evaluating and deciding if the handful of COVID-19 vaccines currently being studied… Read more

The One Number That Shows Why Climate Change Is Making Hurricane Season Worse

Hurricanes Irma and Harvey have reignited discussions about the link between global warming and extreme weather, with climate scientists now saying they can show the connections between the two phenomena… Read more

The Shipping Industry Sets Sail for Net-Zero Future at COP26

At COP26 this year, the climate advocacy organization Arctic Basecamp had a four-ton piece of glacier shipped from Greenland to Glasgow in what was supposed to be a visual reminder… Read more

The Disturbing History of African-Americans and Medical Research Goes Beyond Henrietta Lacks

Ask a given person what they know about the history of the use of African-Americans as unwilling research subjects and they are likely to mention one infamous incident: Tuskegee. “Such… Read more
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