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A salmonella outbreak has hit 37 states, and onions are to blame
If you're not sure where your onions are from, toss them to be safe.
Mixing and matching COVID-19 vaccines could provide superior immunity
The approach could prompt a powerful immune response.
PFAS are everywhere—and the EPA has a new plan to fight back
Ever-present 'forever chemicals' linger in our environment, as well as our bodies, and have been linked to serious harm.
How protein came to dominate the American diet
What are we missing by adding protein to all everything?
The FDA just authorized boosters for Moderna and J&J—here’s what you need to know
The mix and match approach could ease access to shots, and boost better immunity.
Dinosaurs who stuck together, survived together
The long-necked Mussaurus was a social beast.
Are US booster shots sapping the world’s vaccine supply?
If the coronavirus continues spreading anywhere in the world, it has the capacity to spread everywhere.
Why beer serving sizes are so weird
The math is kind of medieval.
Entombed in amber, this tiny crab hails from the age of dinosaurs
The tiny fossil offers valuable evidence about how early crabs left the ocean.
Surgeons transplanted a pig kidney into a person, and it worked like normal
A successful pig-to-human kidney transplant could transform the organ donation pipeline.