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If climate change is impacting your desire to have kids, you’re not alone
'It’s a human right to decide whether or not you want a child. It’s not a human right to drive an SUV or fly in planes.'
Who gets COVID boosters? The FDA’s expert panel says it’s complicated.
An FDA advisory committee met on Friday amid an ongoing debate about the potential value of COVID booster shots.
The Kinsey Scale Test and 3 other ways to find where you fall on the sexuality spectrum
Human sexuality spans too wide a scope to possibly be covered by a single test.
First Martian rock samples from Perseverance edge closer to settling water question
Returned Martian rock cores will aid the search for habitable environments and could finally nail down the ages of Martian features.
This 120-million-year-old bird may have been one of the first to shake its tail feathers
The magpie-sized Yuanchuavis probably wasn’t a strong flyer, but it did dress to impress.
Blindingly bright black holes could help cosmologists see deeper into the universe’s past
Most humongous black holes, astronomers suggest, have acted the same way throughout the eons.
America needs more Black male doctors. College sports can help.
To boost Black men in medicine, advocates are turning to athletes.
Schoolkids in New Zealand discovered a new species of giant penguin
The new fossil is one of the most intact specimens of giant penguins we have.
Cyclones can be fatal for seabirds, but not in the way you think
An analysis of puffins and other birds could explain mysterious mass die-offs.
Potty-trained cows could seriously help the planet
Ammonia is a big problem for pollution and climate change. But teaching a cow to use the 'MooLoo' could change that.