Researchers have used air quality and public health data to estimate the health care costs associated with smoke exposure in California from 2012 through 2018.
People’s exposure to environmental noise dropped nearly in half during the early months of the coronavirus pandemic, according to new research.
People are more likely to see men rather than women as “brilliant,” according to a new study measuring global perceptions linked to gender.
Our ability to pinpoint the exact location and size of things varies from one person to the next, and even within our own individual field of vision, according to a new study.
Banning employers from asking about salary history can help close the wage gap between white employees and those of color and between men and women, research finds.
A new study documents what the researchers call “Gun Culture 3.0,” a third mentality to accompany recreational use and self-defense.
Disrupting episodes of anxiety ranks among the most important tasks a service dog can provide to veterans with ptsd, research finds.
Ride-share drivers for Uber, Lyft, and Via continue to demonstrate racial and LGBT bias, despite efforts to eliminate or reduce discrimination, researchers report.
Meeting the 2050 paris agreement target of an 80% emissions reduction would require aggressive home energy retrofits and a transition to low-carbon residential energy sources, as well as a move toward smaller us homes and denser settlement patterns.
Researchers want to learn more about the effects of “green schoolyards” on children.
How much do love and marriage play into overall well-being? A new study quantifies the happiness of married, formerly married, and single people at the end of their lives to find out.
The COVID-19 lockdown period results in a 50% reduction in seismic noise around the world.
Active shooter drills in schools have a negative effect on students’ emotional health and yield questionable results, according to a national teen poll.
Anxious, depressed, or exhausted? You’re not alone. A clinical psychologist explains “pandemic fatigue.”
There are immediate, concrete steps governments can take to address enduring problems in law enforcement, says law professor barry friedman.
The “journey mindset” could prove to be a useful tool for coping with stress and tragedy during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new research.