Supermarkets provide us with an unprecedented variety and quality of food but some practices might need to change.
The people of Cuba are resilient and tolerant. They work hard to survive and despite the harsh situations tend a hand to other developing nations, a gesture epitomized by decades-long medical assistance to other countries. Now Cubans need the world to help them.
The most important lesson from COVID-19 is the urgency to surmount another, more tragic pandemic: ignorance. What can Covid teach us about ignorance?
In times when COVID-19 and winter are keeping us home longer, not to mention other perils, I hope this recipe brings you a healthy snack and laugh.
The mechanisms of viral infection are one of the most fascinating topics in science. Sitting at the crossroads of several disciplines, much is yet to be known about them. But as the current COVID-19 pandemic is quickly spurring research on the topic new insights surface to light.
As disheartening the news on the COVID-19 crisis could be, we know that we will beat the pandemic. We will. We have surmounted colossal, planet-rattling obstacles before. This is not our first time.
Dandelions are loved by some and disliked by others, as if their destiny was framed by divergent parallel universes. In what universe are you? You might think twice after reading this article.
Plants and algae use photosynthesis to produce nutrients, but a tiny sea slug does it too. Here we discuss how this is possible and the implications of this exceptional phenomenon to our own species.
The environmental and economic benefits of reducing the workweek to four days are as clear as the sky was before the industrial age. This article explains why.
Can plants mitigate the negative effects of climate change? Read on to find out.
This recipe describes the preparation in 10 minutes of a tasty, inexpensive, and healthy chocolate spread. An ideal breakfast option that will boost your energy and mood.