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An ode to mac and cheese, the poster child for processed...

Jeffrey Miller, Colorado State University In January 2015, food sales at restaurants overtook those at grocery stores for the first time. Most thought this marked...

Lyme disease symptoms could be mistaken for COVID-19, with serious consequences

Jory Brinkerhoff, University of Richmond Summer is field season for ecologists like me, a time when my colleagues, students and I go out into fields...

As states reopen, tensions flare between the rule followers and rule...

Michele Gelfand, University of Maryland Since Republicans, on average, are five times more likely than Democrats to believe it’s safe now to resume normal business...

How lingering fears from the pandemic could change the way we...

Josh Woods, West Virginia University Taiwan’s pro baseball league rebooted operations in mid-April with robot spectators filling the bleachers. A month later, Major League Baseball...

You don’t need to worry about spreading the coronavirus with cash

Marilyn Roberts, University of Washington Some people worry that cash may be spreading the coronavirus. Earlier this year, both China and South Korea began sterilizing their...

As collective memory fades, so will our ability to prepare for...

Sean Donahue, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences Just below the Japanese village of Aneyoshi, there’s a stone carved...

How Apple and Google will let your phone warn you if...

Johannes Becker, Boston University and David Starobinski, Boston University On April 10, Apple and Google announced a coronavirus exposure notification system that will be built...

If you’re not getting enough nature during the lockdown, try bringing...

Kevin Nute, University of Hawaii Pandemics change everything, including the way we design buildings. After the 1918 Spanish flu and the scourge of tuberculosis, there was...

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Is misuse of prescription painkillers among youth athletes leading to heroin...

Phil Veliz, University of Michigan Over the past several years, the sports media have presented several stories of youth athletes who have become addicted to...