Well well well, look who is smoking the devil’s lettuce now, MOM
Baby boomer cannabis use has doubled in the last decade.
The point of no return for our planet is only 17 years away
If we don’t take drastic and immediate action, food shortages, plant and animal extinction, and inhospitable environments for humans will become inevitable, scientists say.
Time to question the high-fat diet
New research suggests high-fat foods break down the biological process that lets the brain signal to the body that it’s time to stop eating.
Bringing back coal will kill thousands of people per year
The EPA’s own documents show coal is bad for us, yet the Trump administration is now rolling out a plan to bring it back.
America can lie about its drug problem, but its sewage can’t
Sewage analysis is a common method of assessing human behavior in Europe, but has yet to take off in the U.S.
Stop flushing your contacts down the drain
They break down into tiny pieces and become microplastics in our food and water supply.
New research suggests Easter Island’s civilization was more complex than we thought
The giant head-shaped statues were not the work of a small class of craftsmen.
The ocean has a wilderness, and it’s disappearing
We are destroying parts of the ocean we’ve never seen with our own eyes.
The lives at our door
At the edge of America, asylum seekers fight for the right to stay and, perhaps, to live.