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Kīlauea has belched 4.2 billion gallons of lava—and it isn’t done yet
The volcano is giving us a show with glass, lava lakes, and vog (yes, you read that correctly).
This secret mangrove forest is unlike any other in the world
The freshwater trees hold lessons from the last time the glaciers disappeared.
A new vaccine may curb the koala chlamydia epidemic
Chlamydia is one of the most significant threats to koalas.
New York City’s subway system isn’t ready for a storm-filled future
Worsening weather is coming for New York City, and experts have a few ideas on how to prepare public transit.
Zoo animals are getting COVID vaccines made specially for them
The vaccine, made by Zoetis, builds on decades of animal coronavirus vaccine research
Is it safe to travel for the holidays this year? Here’s the CDC’s advice.
Getting fully vaccinated is the safest thing you can do.
Millions of people are vaccinated—less than 8,000 of them have died from the virus
The chances of dying from COVID-19 post-vaccination are extremely slim.
This Swiss bridge proves it’s possible to reuse concrete
Concrete is one of the world’s biggest carbon emitters, but a few bridge-builders hope to change that—by reusing it.
What happens when your doctor and pharmacist are the same person
In the US, the physician-dispensing landscape is still messy.
Why do my muscles ache the day after a big workout?
Taking your gym sessions slow and steady helps prevent your worst muscle soreness.