Stir-frying emits an invisible mixture of gases and particles that pollute indoor air and can be detrimental to human health.
A failure to understand race means the development and testing of wearable health monitors can exacerbate existing health inequities.
Human activities are making Earth's air, soil, and freshwater saltier, which could pose an existential threat if current trends continue.
Scientists from around the world say more women pursue biology than physics out of personal preference. The researchers disagree.
Climate refugees are predominantly from formerly colonized countries that aren't responsible, in large part, for the factors that exacerbate climate change.
Giving antiretroviral therapy to babies with HIV in the first days of life can suppress amounts of the virus in the blood to undetectable levels.
AI tools, such as those that diagnose medical conditions or drive autonomous vehicles, are vulnerable to targeted attacks, say researchers.
Our minds wander less as we age and, when older adults do let their minds drift, they're more likely to be distracted by pleasant thoughts, research finds.
North American mammals in hotter regions increasingly seek out forested areas away from human-dominated landscapes.
A manager's leadership style during the hiring process is a glimpse at how people within the organization are treated.