Indoor temperature and moisture in the U.S. is closer to climates in Africa than to anywhere else on Earth.
Nala Rogers, Staff Writer
Oxytocin-deficient animals point to deep links between social behavior and the need to keep warm.
Researchers match recent and future climates to show what American cities will be like in 60 years.
The effects of antibiotics on the human gut.
Nala Rogers, Contributor
While leadership upheaval grabs headlines, the NEON project's network of observatories is quietly starting to yield results.
Researchers saw spikes in hospital visits, inhaler refills and violent crime in areas inundated by wildfire smoke.
Long penises may allow hermit crabs to stay in their shells during sex, reducing the risk of shells being stolen.
The Ross Ice Shelf appears to be melting in previously unknown ways. The same mechanisms could be melting other giant ice shelves, too.
Record low levels of winter sea ice devastate seabirds already struggling with climate change.
Scientists sound alarm over radiation in Nubian Aquifer, but other experts say the health risk is unclear.
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