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What 1 million COVID deaths looks like from the frontlines
Six health experts share their windows on the pandemic in light of a grim US milestone.
Biochemist Marie Maynard Daly uncovered what makes us tick
The first Black woman to earn a Ph.D. in chemistry, Daly made contributions to our understanding of the heart and DNA that are now common knowledge.
Pollution kills 1 in 6 people worldwide
It is time to treat carcinogens, dirty water, and other sources of pollution like a health crisis.
Bottlenose dolphins glow-up with coral body scrubs
To keep skin healthy, dolphins will even wait in line for these coral and sea sponge spas.
How better ventilation can fight the spread of COVID in your home
If you're living with someone who has the virus, better ventilation and other tips will help you avoid the spread.
Octopus mothers often ‘self destruct.’ We might be closer to knowing why.
The dramatic death spiral has long been a mystery.
Deep-sea internet cables could help sense distant earthquake rumbles
This underwater technique could shake up seismology.
Can we decarbonize surgical healthcare?
Climate change is a health problem—and it's time for healthcare to change too.
Greenhouse gases, sea level rise, and ocean acidification all broke records in 2021
A new UN state of the climate report shows the dire need for action.
Racial and economic barriers kept Carolyn Beatrice Parker from realizing her full potential
The Dayton Project physicist could have had a long and storied career in her field.