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Climate change could mean fewer avalanches
Historical documents show that avalanches in French mountains have retreated upslope.
Strange, dark, and hot ice could explain Uranus and Neptune’s wonky magnetic fields
Scientists finally understand what's inside superionic ice.
CEPP could boost the biggest climate policy in US history—if it survives the Senate
Big climate policies are finally in the works in the US, but opposition remains.
Heavy rains in drought-stricken states could be dangerous
California, and the rest of the world, will see more cascading effects of natural disasters.
Can I get a COVID booster shot? And everything else you need to know.
Many people in the United States are now eligible for a booster vaccine.
A newly discovered planet orbiting a dead star offers a glimpse of Earth’s future
A solar system that looks like ours … after Earth gets destroyed.
If you want sustainable clothes, focus on the farms
Regenerative farming is trending in fashion, but does it get to the root of the clothing industry's problem?
Why did Texas ban Delta-8?
Texas is just the latest state to restrict the sale of the cannabis replacement.
Why your UTI keeps coming back
Blame the pills you've been popping.
Ivory poaching has triggered a surge in elephants born without tusks
Female elephants adapted to poachers by losing their tusks.