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Nov 30, 2023

When it comes to public controversies, a handful of phrases have become de facto “conversation stoppers.” One of these is “scientists say ...” 

Well, last year, a quantum physicist named John F. Clauser won the Nobel Prize. If anyone has earned the right to make debate-stopping claims about science, it’s...

Nov 30, 2023

Gen Z, the generation born between 1997 and 2010, has a distinct reputation different from baby boomers, Gen X, and millennials. Exactly what the differences are and why they exist is a growing area of interest in research. For example, a new report from the American Enterprise Institute’s Survey Center on American...

Nov 29, 2023

A week before Thanksgiving, the World Health Organization declared loneliness a new public health crisis. While it’s great that global leaders are recognizing the dangerous social and even physical risks of social isolation, this crisis is anything but new. 

The WHO’s new declaration will lead to more research...

Nov 29, 2023

A few years ago, when professional athletes were criticized for kneeling during the national anthem, it wasn’t always because critics disagreed with the cause that athletes were claiming or because of the irony of multi-millionaires denouncing the nation to which they owed their success. Many fans just didn’t want...

Nov 28, 2023

If you find your mind darting from one thing to the next and struggling to concentrate for even short periods of time, there are two things to know. First, you’re not alone and, second, it’s probably related to technology. 

In an article published at Motherboard, Kaleigh Rogers described her experiment bann