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Mountain glaciers may hold less ice than previously thought – here’s...

Mathieu Morlighem, Dartmouth College Mountain glaciers are essential water sources for nearly a quarter of the global population. But...

Bosses face more discrimination if they are women – from employees...

Martin Abel, Middlebury Imagine that your boss Ethan calls you into his office. He expresses disappointment in your recent performance and lack of commitment. How...

People are increasingly interrupted at work, but it’s not all bad

Elana Feldman, University of Massachusetts Lowell An email pops up on your screen. It’s a client sharing a project update. A Slack message appears. It’s...

Beautiful people don’t always win in the workplace

Chun Zhang, University of Dayton Beautiful people tend to have a lot more luck in the work world. Research has shown people deemed attractive get paid...

As Airbnb grows, this is exactly how much it’s bringing down...

Tarik Dogru, Florida State University Airbnb has grown exponentially since its founding in 2008 and is expected to soon go public in an initial public...

Drinkers prefer Big Beer keeps its hands off their local craft...

Jarrett Hart, University of California, Davis Craft beer’s popularity has exploded in the U.S. in recent decades, leading to soaring production and the creation of...

Here’s how Trump-era politics are affecting worker morale – and what...

Wayne Hochwarter, Florida State University Pundits are projecting this year’s midterm elections to be nasty, polarizing and “epic.” They’re also expected to stress a lot of...

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College students may not be as heart-healthy as they think

Wendy DeYoung, Colorado State University For many young adults, the college years are filled with excitement, as students gain independence and establish new adult identities...