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Why peanuts are so much worse than other allergies
Peanut allergens have multiple allergenic traits that set them apart from other nuts.
How climate change could shorten pregnancies
If high carbon emissions continue, babies born in the United States could lose a collective 250,000 days of gestation annually by the end of the century.
One billion people worldwide stop breathing while they sleep
If you have sleep apnea, chances are you don’t realize it. But it’s linked to diabetes, heart disease and other conditions, and it can put your life at risk.
“Daylighting” underground rivers could bring nature back to cities
The Victorians placed rivers in underground culverts to contain the smell and create new land for buildings.
A new generation of wildlife documentaries are confronting the climate emergency
Netflix's "Our Planet" and the BBC's "Seven Worlds, One Planet" mark a new era in wildlife programming.
How London’s ‘Europolitan’ families feel about Brexit
The UK capital is home to over 1.1 million non-British EU citizens.
The secret of creating happy societies
Creating a happy society does not just depend on creating the right conditions. It also depends on creating the right institutions and processes for discovering those conditions.
Why France is on strike
Workers across France are threatening to stay off work for an indefinite period over proposed reforms to pensions.
Why children really believe in Santa Claus
Christmas traditions can teach us how children come to discriminate between what is real and what is not.
One region has become a key battleground in the UK’s general election
The Conservatives, Labour, and Liberal Democrats are all optimistic of overcoming slim majorities in West Yorkshire.
Climate change is making Christmas tree shopping harder than ever
Over the last five years Christmas tree shortages have been reported in many parts of the US.
A short history of the EU and NATO’s uneasy relationship
In the face of growing security challenges, there is a growing recognition that enhanced cooperation between the EU and NATO will be key to an effective response.
The myth of victory in modern warfare
Wars don't produce winners and losers—they never really did.
How community support is helping black gay men with HIV thrive
Thrive SS, an HIV support program founded in Atlanta, credits its popularity to forgoing federal funding.
Vietnamese women are hit harder by climate change—but they’re starting to fight back
Planting mangrove trees on the shores of Vietnam is helping protect against global warming—and also sowing the seeds of female empowerment.
How Manchester City’s owners became the Disney of sport
Silver Lake's deal with City Football Group, the owners of Manchester City, says a lot about the trajectory of the football business.
Labour’s manifesto could transform British politics—even if it doesn’t win the election
Labour's proposals under Jeremy Corbyn's leadership would change the relationship between citizen and state.
The problem with medicalizing loneliness
The experience of loneliness varies from person to person—something that is not often recognized in conversations about our modern "epidemic."
The unique role corporations played in the fight for LGBTQ rights
Carlos Ball, author of "The Queering of Corporate America," explains how gay rights activists and corporations went from adversaries to partners.
Scientists are taking concrete steps towards reducing cement’s massive carbon footprint
Given the monumental scale of its carbon footprint, cement alone could make or break efforts to slow global warming.