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The scent of sickness: 5 questions answered about using dogs –...

Glen J. Golden, Colorado State University Editor’s note: As COVID-19 continues to spread worldwide, scientists are analyzing new ways to track it. One promising approach...

Does reopening schools cause COVID-19 to spread? It’s complicated

Scott A Imberman, Michigan State University; Dan Goldhaber, University of Washington, and Katharine O. Strunk, Michigan State University The Research Brief is a short take...

What’s not being said about why African Americans need to take...

Debra Furr-Holden, Michigan State University Dr. Anthony Fauci and other national health leaders have said that African Americans need to take the COVID-19 vaccine to...

5 strategies for cultivating hope this year

Jacqueline S. Mattis, Rutgers University - Newark The raging coronavirus pandemic, along with political turbulence and uncertainty, have overwhelmed many of us. From almost the...

The less equal we become, the less we trust science, and...

Tony Ward, University of Melbourne In mid November, South Dakota emergency room nurse Jodi Doering tweeted her experience of caring for dying patients. Many, she said,...

Fewer kids are enrolled in public kindergarten – that will have...

Taryn Morrissey, American University School of Public Affairs CC BY-NDPublic school enrollment is down across the country. For example, enrollment is down by 15,000 in...

Stay in the doughnut, not the hole: how to get out...

Warwick Smith, University of Melbourne Before the recession we were on a collision course with environmental disaster. The recovery provides a rare opportunity to do things...

How to outsmart your COVID-19 fears and boost your mood in...

Laurel Mellin, University of California, San Francisco After a year of toxic stress ignited by so much fear and uncertainty, now is a good time...

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Aerosols are a bigger coronavirus threat than WHO guidelines suggest –...

Byron Erath, Clarkson University; Andrea Ferro, Clarkson University, and Goodarz Ahmadi, Clarkson University When someone coughs, talks or even breathes, they send tiny respiratory droplets...