Building Weather Resilience in the Face of Growing Natural Disasters
Why do Americans choose to live in areas that are risky and sometimes downright inhospitable?
Study: Background Music Prevents Bullying on the Playground
New research from Israel suggests a simple way to reduce intimidating behavior among adolescents.
Cure for an Ailing Health Care System: Combat Health Illiteracy
Dr. Walter Bortz of Stanford University argues that we need to shift our medical system's focus from disease to health.
In Man vs. Virus, The Win Goes to the Swift
The executive director of the Consortium for Conservation Medicine explains that while zoonotic diseases like swine flu are increasingly with us, quick public health reflexes can successfully clamp down on the outbreak. A Miller-McCune.com interview.