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If We All Ate Enough Fruits And Vegetables, There'd Be Big Shortages  NPR · 5 days
There's already not enough produce for everyone in the world to get the daily recommended amount. Two new studies urge revamping the food system... more
Scientists Desert USDA As Agency Relocates To Kansas City Area  NPR · 5 days
The mandatory move imposed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture on most of the workers at two vital research agencies has been criticized as a "blatant attack on... more
Future Of Key Farming Research Uncertain As 2/3 Of USDA Staff Say They Won't Move  NPR · 5 days
The mandatory move imposed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture on most of the workers at two vital... more
Hidden Brain: How People React To Election Interference By Foreign Countries  NPR · 1 week
Robert Mueller will testify soon before Congress about the Russia probe. New research finds that Americans have partisan reactions to foreign interference in elections. more
Rippling Rainbow Map Shows How California Earthquakes Moved The Earth  NPR · 1 week
NASA has mapped changes in the ground's position caused by the recent earthquakes — and it happens to be look like beautiful, psychedelic art. more
Cutting Just 300 Calories Per Day May Keep Your Heart Healthy  NPR · 2 weeks
That's the equivalent of about six standard Oreos. But this modest reduction in calories could have protective benefits for our hearts, a new study finds. more
Bet On The Bot: AI Beats The Professionals At 6-Player Texas Hold 'Em  NPR · 2 weeks
Six-player Texas Hold 'em has been too tough for a machine to master — until now. A bot named Pluribus crushed some... more
Could Mussels Teach Us How To Clean Up Oil Spills?  NPR · 2 weeks
A review of "mussel-inspired chemistry" points to promising ways we can learn from mussels to clean up water. more
13-Year-Old Scientist's Research Shows Hand Dryers Can Hurt Kids' Ears  NPR · 2 weeks
Research finds many hand dryers operate at noise levels that are harmful to children. Nora Keegan is the 13-year-old student who did the study in the Canadian journal... more
ICE Uses Facial Recognition To Go Through Driver's Licenses, Researchers Say  NPR · 2 weeks
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Jake Laperruque of the Project on Government Oversight about word that FBI and ICE agents used driver's license databases to scan... more
How Best To Snag And Destroy Bedbugs?  NPR · 2 weeks
Vigilance and heat are currently your best weapons against bedbugs, exterminators say. But scientists are working on a way to give the bugs the hook with a strategy inspired by a Balkan folk remedy. more
Hand Dryers Harm Children's Hearing, Canadian Study Shows  NPR · 2 weeks
Research finds many hand dryers operate at noise levels that are harmful to children. Nora Keegan is the 13-year-old student who did the study in the Canadian journal: Pediatrics and Child Health. more
New Markers For Alzheimer's Disease Could Aid Diagnosis And Speed Up Drug Development  NPR · 3 weeks
Researchers are using brain scans, blood and spinal fluid to detect early signs of Alzheimer's disease. These "biomarkers" may also offer a... more
California's 1st Surgeon General Spotlights Health Risks Of Childhood Adversity  NPR · 3 weeks
Dr. Nadine Burke Harris has spent much of her career alerting the medical community to health damage that adverse childhood experiences can wreak. Now she aims to protect... more
California's First Surgeon General Spotlights Health Risks Of Childhood Adversity  NPR · 3 weeks
Dr. Nadine Burke Harris has spent much of her career alerting the medical community to health damage that adverse childhood experiences can wreak. Now she aims to protect... more
Fair Trade Helps Farmers, But Not Their Hired Workers  NPR · 3 weeks
According to a new study of cocoa-producing cooperatives, Fair Trade certification boosts the income of small farmers, but those benefits aren't shared with their hired workers. more
Scientists Make Model Embryos From Stem Cells To Study Key Steps In Human Development  NPR · 3 weeks
Researchers hope these so-called embryoids could provide crucial new insights into how to treat infertility, prevent miscarriages and birth defects... more
There's More Evidence That Too Much Sitting Can Be Very Unhealthy  NPR · 3 weeks
A study from Columbia University finds that sitting for long periods in front of the television is more dangerous than sitting at work. more
Hidden Brain: How Private Prisons Affect Sentencing  NPR · 3 weeks
In many states, convicted criminals are being housed in private prisons. New research finds that when a private prison opens, the length of criminal sentences modestly increases. more
Veggie Surprise: Teeth Of Ancient Crocs Reveal That Some Very Likely Ate Plants  NPR · 4 weeks
What do you imagine an ancient croc snacking on? Maybe a fish or a bird? For some relatives of modern crocodiles, a... more
Veggie Surprise: Teeth Of Ancient Crocs Reveal Some Likely Ate Plants  NPR · 4 weeks
What do you imagine an ancient croc snacking on? Maybe a fish or a bird? For some relatives of modern crocodiles, a safer guess would be... more
A New Hope: Seal Learns To Sing Star Wars Theme  NPR · 4 weeks
Researchers say teaching seals to copy melodies might help inform speech therapy for humans. more
Breaking The Booze Habit, Even Briefly, Has Its Benefits  NPR · 4 weeks
Tens of thousands of Instagram followers can't be wrong: Curiosity about the sober life is trending. Scientists say cutting out alcohol can improve your sleep and blood pressure, and help... more
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