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Air Pollution Is Killing the Views in National Parks
So you finally made it to the top of the mountain. Enjoy the air up there.
How to Inspire Creative Thinking: Details, Details
New research finds recollecting specific aspects of a recent event can inspire creativity, as measured by a key test.
One Year After the Death of Eric Garner, Reform Deferred
Despite protests in New York and beyond, police reform is in a dismal state.
Reforming Juvenile Offenders by Training Them to Read ... Faces
A new study from the U.K. finds emotional awareness training is a valuable tool in moderating the behavior of young toughs.
From Humbug! to Humble: The Power of the Scrooge Effect
A new study finds thoughts of our mortality can make us more generous.
The Connection Between Domestic Abuse and Condom Use
A new, large analysis of previous studies finds being in abusive relationships makes women and girls less likely to use contraception of all kinds.
Children Are Probably Getting the Right Antipsychotics
A study suggests that antipsychotics are being prescribed appropriately for children and adolescents. Follow-up care, however, still needs work.
Can Feminist Ryan Gosling Really Make Men More Feminist?
A small study suggests the meme that delighted many a straight feminist woman may actually increase support for feminist ideals among men. But true progress will be made when more men buy into the movement’s message without a glistening male spokesperson telling them they should.
The Entire Indian Subcontinent Needs a Stool Transplant
It’s an outlandish idea, but until we take seriously the legitimate fears of a post-antibiotic world, outlandish ideas are all we have.
Should We Pay People to Donate Their Kidneys?
Our supply problem would supposedly be fixed—and we could save money overall—by paying people up to $10,000 to donate a kidney, but are we ready for a society where the disadvantaged are a source of replacement parts for those with means?