Featured by Kendra Pierre-Louis
Plant-based diets aren’t always healthy
Certain vegetarian and vegan foods come with their own health risks.
Simple, at-home tests can check your air and water for contaminants
There are more options than ever.
How to test your tap water for lead
Nearly half of Americans suspect that their water might be unsafe.
Autumn isn’t cold enough to kill bugs anymore—find out what pests will persist in your region
Pumpkin spice and mosquito bites.
Hurricanes might be worsening, coffee could save your life, and hedging is definitely a huge part of science
This might be the best article you've ever read on the subject.
If we all stopped eating beef, what would happen to the land?
Does #NoRedOctober make sense?
Mayonnaise is disgusting, and science agrees
Do you side with science on this important issue?
Looking for bats in all the wrong places
Biologists are on a quest to find where bats hibernate when there are no caves nearby.
Bats, too, love the city life
Places like Washington, D.C. offer them a safe haven from disease
Holy Harp Trap, Batman! The gear researchers use to study bats
They have gadgets and gizmos aplenty