Race is often conflated with biology in medicine. A more nuanced approach is emerging: using culturally competent care in treatment.
Despite billions of federal subsidies, salmon survival is predicted to decline by 90% in the next four decades.
When scientists tried to mess with mosquitoes’ sense of smell, these pesky insects found another way to sniff out their next meal.
Personal health data, like the kind shared on period tracking apps, may be used in court if abortion protections are overturned.
Some argue that it’s safer, cheaper, and better for science if robots take the place of astronauts.
Recent Texas abortion restrictions also limit safe miscarriage treatment. What does Texas’ current reality mean for a future without Roe?