People with cancer who exercise generally have a better prognosis than inactive patients.
High land-use intensity reduces the beneficial effects of biodiversity on ecosystem services.
North and South, rural and urban—the United States is a complex mix of cultures, mindsets, and life experiences.
Since COVID-19 began its menacing march across Wuhan, China, in December 2019, and then across the world, the SARS-CoV-2 virus has taken a “whatever works” strategy to ensure its replication and spread.
The clouds of smoke and raining ash are over, but for some common evergreen plants the damage has been done. Don’t worry, it’s most likely temporary.
A good day of fishing can mean different things to different people.
Many countries struggle with food shipments being damaged or destroyed by invasive insects and plant disease.
Antibiotic resistance – one of the biggest threats to global health, according to the World Health Organization – occurs when germs learn how to defeat the drugs designed to kill them.
I had just returned from walking our dog on Saturday afternoon when my husband informed me that the Cal-Wood Fire had broken out about 10 miles from our home in northwest Boulder County, Colorado.
In a clear, cold pool waits a patient predator, a monster of the river. He is voracious, ready to devour any prey which crosses his path, even if he has to fight for it.
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