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Social Sciences, Mind & Behavior
Rumors during a natural disaster may facilitate greater evacuation — even when unnecessary

By Marcos Cabello


Life Sciences
Coral probiotics could help clean up oil spills

By Asher Jones


Social Sciences, Business & Economics
Globalization-induced economic shocks contribute to greater authoritarianism

By Margaret McIntyre


Physical Sciences
The first stars made a surprising amount of calcium. New doubts have been raised over how.

By Zack Fishman


Social Sciences, Mind & Behavior
Living in an overcrowded household could elevate risk of depression

By Nick Gallagher


Life Sciences
Analysis finds new differences between kidney cancers

By Zack Fishman


Social Sciences, Mind & Behavior
If your spouse is disabled, caregiving may benefit your mental health

By Nick Gallagher


Mind & Behavior, Life Sciences
Stress may pass down to offspring through a father's sperm

By Kevin Wheeler


Life Sciences
Inflammatory diets tied to increased risk of breast cancer in European women

By Miles Martin


Physical Sciences, Engineering
The northern lights are caused by electrons hurtling toward Earth — and now we know how they get there

By Monisha Ravisetti


Life Sciences, Physical Sciences
Influenza viruses self-propel to roll around like wheels in the human body

By Monisha Ravisetti


Social Sciences, Mind & Behavior, Life Sciences
Black women who survive breast cancer face greater psychological distress

By Beth Newhart


Physical Sciences
Ammonia pollution is getting worse, driven by farms and high temps

By Zack Fishman


Life Sciences, Physical Sciences
Researchers chart the 'terra incognita' of microscopic snow algae

By Asher Jones