Here Are Some Of The Most Awesome Signs From The March For Science

And of course, all those science lovers came with pretty great signs. Here are some of the best, cleverest and most poignant signs we’ve seen so far. Courtesy...

Americans Would Pay $17.2 Billion To Prevent Another Deepwater Horizon Disaster

As the world looks back on BP’s Deepwater Horizon disaster seven years later, a study released this week highlights the costly ecological impacts of the largest maritime...

At Science March, Flint Whistleblower Warns More Crises To Come If Trump Gets His...

WASHINGTON — Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, the pediatrician who blew the whistle on the lead crisis in Flint, Michigan, was among the thousands who converged on Washington, D.C. on Saturday...

Rachael Leigh Cook Remixes That Famous ‘Brain On Drugs’ Commercial

She’s all that ― and we mean it this time. Let’s travel back to the sweet innocence of 1997 when Rachael Leigh Cook was a box-office star and...

Henrietta Lacks’ Cells Are Still Helping Protect Women From Cervical Cancer

When Henrietta Lacks was being treated for cervical cancer more than 60 years ago, her cells were taken for medical research without her consent. This ethical controversy became...

Henrietta Lacks’ Cells May Be Responsible For The Future Of Medicine

When Henrietta Lacks, a 31-year-old black woman from Virginia, sought treatment for stomach pain at Baltimore’s Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1951, doctors discovered a fast-growing cancerous tumor on...

Using Baby Talk With Seniors Is Insulting, Not Cute

When the nurse calls your elderly parent “sweetie,” she may be doing it to be kind, but using “elderspeak” like this actually can be quite harmful, according...

Photo Series Shows How Two Moms Tandem Nurse Their Triplets And Toddler

When Dublin-based photographer Johanna King set out to document breastfeeding mothers, she came across a family with a rather unique story. Last year, King photographed around 10 breastfeeding...

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