Discriminatory policies worsen Black sexual minority men’s health

Structural racism and anti-LGBTQ policies leads to worse health among Black sexual minority men, a new study shows.

Michelle Edelstein-Rutgers • futurity
yesterday ~5 min

Baby bees love carbs, experiments show – here's why that matters

First ever feeding experiments reveal that solitary bees need to carb-load – and can be picky when it comes to dieting.

Elizabeth Duncan, Associate Professor of Zoology, University of Leeds • conversation
yesterday ~7 min

Rare bug spotted for first time in more than 30 years

The discovery in the Cairngorms is only the eighth time a cow wheat shieldbug has been recorded in Scotland.

bbcnews
yesterday ~1 min

Blue food coloring from cabbage might replace synthetic stuff

Researchers have discovered a way to get a bright blue food coloring from red cabbages. It could be an alternative to synthetic coloring.

Andy Fell-UC Davis • futurity
yesterday ~4 min

Living near a Superfund site could cut life short

Living near a Superfund site could reduce the life expectancy for people in nearby communities by as much as 1.2 years, according to a new study.

John Holden-UT Austin • futurity
yesterday ~5 min

Newly discovered airway cells may shed light on SIDS

Research reveals distinct types of cells that may be involved in breathing-related diseases in infants.

Tracy Hampton • harvard
yesterday ~2 min

Cancer cells soften as they metastasize, study suggests

Developing drugs that prevent this softening might impede tumors’ ability to spread.

Anne Trafton | MIT News Office • mit
yesterday ~6 min

Electric cars could make the roads safer – here's how

Electric vehicles can have more than one source of power, meaning they can be controlled better.

Basilio Lenzo, Senior Lecturer in Automotive Engineering, Sheffield Hallam University • conversation
yesterday ~7 min

Feeding experiments reveal baby bees love carbs – here's why that matters

First ever feeding experiments reveal that solitary bees need to carb-load – and can be picky when it comes to dieting.

Elizabeth Duncan, Associate Professor of Zoology, University of Leeds • conversation
yesterday ~7 min

When marriage isn’t the norm, its benefits for kids fade

New research in Chile clarifies why marriage appears to benefit children's health, something called the "marriage premium."

Stanford • futurity
yesterday ~8 min

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