In China, Higher Socioeconomic Status is Associated With Greater Exposure to Air Pollution

In China, Higher Socioeconomic Status is Associated With Greater Exposure to Air Pollution

Socioeconomic characteristics including better income and education are correlated with lower exposure to outdoor air pollution in certain nations, including the United States. But this…
Growing Numbers of Native American Homes in Nevada Deal with Poor Plumbing and Water Quality

Growing Numbers of Native American Homes in Nevada Deal with Poor Plumbing and Water Quality

According to a recent study by a team from DRI and the Guinn Center for Policy Priorities, an increasing proportion of Native American households in…
Health Insurance may Lessen Family Violence and Keep Children Safe

Health Insurance may Lessen Family Violence and Keep Children Safe

Can health insurance help protect kids from harm by reducing family violence? With a number of research about Medicaid expansion that we are now working…
An Examination of Renewable Energy Suggests More Reasonably Priced Carbon-Free Electricity

An Examination of Renewable Energy Suggests More Reasonably Priced Carbon-Free Electricity

According to a recent report published by Caltech researchers, long-term energy storage may play a significant role in ensuring stability and lowering electricity costs as…
Parental Restrictions are Such a Drawback

Parental Restrictions are Such a Drawback

Parental controls are intended to protect children from inappropriate online content such as pornography or other adult content. These controls can be used in a…
Gender Equality Progress has Slowed in Some Areas and Stopped in Others

Gender Equality Progress has Slowed in Some Areas and Stopped in Others

Since 1970, women have made progress in earning college degrees, as well as in pay and in occupations previously dominated by men – but the…
The Value of Elders

The Value of Elders

Natural selection, according to the long-held evolutionary biology canon, is cruelly selfish, favoring traits that aid in reproductive success. This usually means that the so-called…
Clean Drinking Water is Easily Accessible Thanks to a Solar Nanowire-Nanotube Filter

Clean Drinking Water is Easily Accessible Thanks to a Solar Nanowire-Nanotube Filter

Even today, many people around the world do not have access to clean water. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that at least 1.8 billion…
How Birth Control and Girls’ Education can help to Reduce Population Growth

How Birth Control and Girls’ Education can help to Reduce Population Growth

Long-term fertility trends have been linked to education and family planning. However, new research examines these aspects to discover what causes a fall in otherwise…
The Majority of Americans Now Believe in Evolution

The Majority of Americans Now Believe in Evolution

The level of support for evolution among scientists, the general public, and other organizations is a recurring topic in the creation-evolution debate, and it impacts…
Wallacea’s Oldest Genome Reveals Previously Unknown Ancient Human Relations

Wallacea’s Oldest Genome Reveals Previously Unknown Ancient Human Relations

The oldest genome of a contemporary person discovered in the Wallacea Region of western Indonesia and Papua New Guinea suggests a previously unknown ancient human…
Are Cities the Key to the Electrification of the World?

Are Cities the Key to the Electrification of the World?

According to a new article, cities should employ local rules and incentives to encourage the greater adoption of electric vehicles. The authors highlight a number…
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