Education and Science Giant Elsevier Left Users’ Passwords Exposed Online
Due a to a misconfigured server, a researcher found a constant stream of Elsevier users’ passwords.
A New Study Says More People Use Marijuana and Fewer People Think It's Risky
Medical marijuana is somewhat legal in 25 states so this isn't very surprising.
Virtual Reality Can Help Stop Old People Falling Over
A trial found that adding a VR component to treadmill training resulted in 42 percent fewer falls.
An Ebola Vaccine Is Showing Up to 100 Percent Efficacy So Far
The preliminary results from a new Ebola vaccine look very promising.
Thinkpieces And Shit
Is Rap Finally Breaking Its Mental Health Taboo?
Hip-hop has generally found it difficult to deal with artists who either (A) talk about complex feelings or (B) have personal issues themselves. Is now the time for change?
Indoor Air Pollution Affects Billions, But There's No Easy Solution
When cooking is culture, asking 3 billion people to do things your way is asking a lot.
With 200 Million Users Worldwide, are Drugs a Pandemic?
The journal _Lancet_ is the latest to jump into the wealth of research and discussion on addiction, and its first paper in a series focuses on the global burden of disease caused by illicit drug use. The headline-worthy statistic? Study authors Louisa...