Lead, BPA, you name it. Some of the most harmful chemicals still on the market are in your garden hose.
Health & Science
Want to absorb information without even knowing it? Researchers have unlocked the secrets of implicit learning
New details point to someone in a state of serious mental decline, but not someone unaware of the wrongfulness of his actions
Obama’s plan for a state-of-the-art electrical grid is gaining power bit by digital bit
Sally Ride risked her life for her country, and yet her domestic partner of 27 years will not get her government benefits. Is that any way to treat a hero?
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In a rush to make sense of this tragic event, we are focusing too much on superficial detail
New research has identified genetic markers associated with academic achievement — and failure
“Green” living isn’t enough. We need to do “green” thinking
A recent scandal suggests that data manipulation is all too common in psychology studies
Why does the Vatican still condemn birth control when it saves women’s lives and prevents future abortions?
Hospitals with prestigious reputations often rank poorly on patient safety records
According to data collected by New Hampshire state legislator Bob Kingsbury, kindergarten — that bastion of macaroni crafts, crayon-eating and life lessons in sharing — is actually a major driver of crime. Really?