Can Species Evolve Backwards? The Strange Science of ‘Devolution’
Science Alert The short answer is “yes,” but that needs to be explained, because the concept of “devolution” is veryRead more.
Public Health Experts Call for Global Food Treaty
Financial Times Public health experts have called for a global treaty to promote healthy eating and environmentally sustainable agriculture inRead more.
New Netflix Show ‘Brainchild’ Makes Science Fun for Kids
NPR What exactly are memories? How big is the universe? Do fish pee? “You’re about to find out,” promises SahanaRead more.
Mice, Like People, Like to Be Rocked to Sleep
Science Forget the running wheel. If your pet mouse is an insomniac, what it really needs is a hammock. NewRead more.
Man Says Emotional Support Alligator Helps His Depression
AP YORK HAVEN, Pa.— A Pennsylvania man says his emotional support alligator helps him deal with his depression. Joie Henney,Read more.
Indonesia Issues “Extreme Weather” Warning for Tsunami-hit Coast near Krakatau
Reuters TANJUNG LESUNG, Indonesia: Indonesian authorities warned on Wednesday of “extreme weather and high waves” around the erupting Anak KrakatauRead more.
Why are more Boys than Girls Born Every Single Year?
BBC Every year, there are always more baby boys than girls born in England and Wales. Fact. Why? Since recordsRead more.
‘No Place for a Mother’: S. Korea Battles to Raise Birth Rate
AFP SEOUL: When Ashley Park started her marketing job at a Seoul drugmaker she had a near-perfect college record, flawlessRead more.
Nations Agree Rule Book for Paris Climate Treaty
AFP KATOWICE, Poland: After two weeks of bruising negotiations, officials from almost 200 countries agreed Saturday on universal, transparent rulesRead more.