We’re fixated on coughing and sneezing as ways of transmitting the virus, but what we say and how we say it might matter too.
On the night of May 5, 1110, the Moon above Medieval England disappeared during a “very disastrous year” of famine and bad weather. A millennium later, scientists have come up with an unexpected possible answer: volcanoes.
A team heated a cloud of gas up to 2,000°F and blasted it with radiation to see what happens on giant planets that orbit very close to their stars.
Yes, there's a scientific explanation for chemtrails.
Some types of pollution, it turns out, could actually save some of the sea ice that other types of pollution are melting.
Following the death of a 12-year-old boy from sniffing cans of deodorant, the Alice Spring's community is claiming funding cuts to outreach programs are leaving troubled youth more isolated that ever.
Wait, isn't that the plot of 'Snowpiercer'?
The high is bad and wears off quickly and the side effects can kill you. So why are young people still huffing spray paint and duster? And what can we do to stop them?