How Can Cities Stop Subways Flooding in the Climate Crisis-

As the remnants of Hurricane Ida passed over the northeast Wednesday night, dumping a record-shattering 3.15 inches of rain on New York City in a single hour,…

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Measles and Misinformation- Dual Health Threats

Measles would be gone if we wanted it to be. We’ve had a highly effective, safe vaccine for it for 60 years. But because of rising anti-vaccine…

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Psilocybin Could be a Therapeutic Breakthrough For Addiction_1

To the uninitiated, psilocybin—the substance that gives ‘magic mushrooms’ their psychedelic qualities—could be dismissed as a recreational drug. Like many other psychedelics, it is banned by the…

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Climate Change Linked To July Heat Waves Around the World_1

The fingerprints of climate change are all over the intense heat waves gripping the globe this month, a new study finds. Researchers say the deadly hot spells…

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The EPA’s Website After a Year of Climate Change Censorship

Throughout the Trump administration’s first year in office, the Environmental Protection Agency has been quietly scrubbing mentions of climate change and tweaking related language on its website…

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MRNA’s Next Chapter Has Nothing to Do With COVID Vaccines

It’s safe to say that before the development of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines, most people hadn’t thought about messenger RNA, or mRNA, since high school…

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Rite Aid Files For Bankruptcy Amid Opioid-Related Lawsuits

Rite Aid has filed for bankruptcy protection and plans to sell part of its business as it attempts to restructure while dealing with losses and opioid-related lawsuits….

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