Some of my recent written work.
95 percent of northern coast forests have been lost, but sea otters are helping farther south.
Scientists, business experts, and even science fiction has long predicted the popularity of the videophone. But they’ve also predicted we’d revert back to voice-only phones as soon as we can. Is the video calling boom really here to stay?
There are signs that some people are rebelling against the onslaught of gloomy news on social media, which experts say can be hazardous to your mental health.
A drop in CO2 levels helped massive plant eaters trek from South America to Greenland.
Humans aren’t the only ones whose lives have been disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.
There are strategies that new employees can use to not only get to know their co-workers, but also communicate effectively so there aren’t misunderstandings.
Fatherly: Why do babies stare at me?
It’s not just because you’re attractive, but that too.
From grocery stores to schools, temperature checks for COVID-19 are becoming the norm. Not everyone thinks that’s so useful.
A private non-profit research group seeking to conduct a final phase of clinical trials of MDMA, the main ingredient in the recreational drug ecstasy, got a major boost last month from Silicon Valley and Wall Street donors.
Volunteers share their experiences correcting online information during a pandemic.
The so-called Patagonia Picnic Table Effect is a myth, an analysis of bird sightings suggests.
SELF Magazine: 9 wAYS TO PREPARE FOR YOUR COVID-19 VACCINE
How to make it easy before, during, and after.
Women whose first sexual experience was forced are more likely to face long-term health consequences, such as psychological trauma and pelvic pain.
science Insider: How to treat minor burns at home and when to seek medical treatment
You should only attempt to treat a burn at home if it’s a minor thermal burn caused by an external heat source like a hot drink or open flame. Here’s a list of other things to remember.
SELF Magazine: How to prevent and treat that pesky mask acne
Don’t let “maskne” keep you from wearing a mask.