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Teenagers Keep Vaping Despite Crackdowns on E-Cigarettes

While use among youths has fallen since the peaks of 2018-19, resumption of in-school classes this year shows students still have access to flavored, disposable vapes.

Read More 6 October 2022 | 11:00 pm

Barnard College Plans to Offer Abortion Pills on Campus

It is one of many colleges and universities deliberating over how to respond to the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

Read More 6 October 2022 | 10:44 pm

Coyotes Came to New York City, but Not for Our Pizza

The canine species seems to prefer the tastes of its homes in the wild over the movable feasts left behind by humans.

Read More 6 October 2022 | 10:04 pm

U.S. Health Officials Urge Vigilance as Ebola Spreads in Uganda

There are no cases in the United States, but the C.D.C. wants doctors to be on the alert for patients with telltale symptoms.

Read More 6 October 2022 | 9:38 pm

The Climate Novelist Who Transcends Despair

Lydia Millet believes the natural world can help us become more human.

Read More 6 October 2022 | 3:00 pm

Hidden in 54 Corpses, a Revelation About Ancient Greece

DNA from a 2,500-year-old battlefield in Sicily reveals that mercenary soldiers were common, if not the Homeric ideal.

Read More 6 October 2022 | 10:13 am

Climate Change Made Summer Hotter and Drier Worldwide, Study Finds

Europe, China and North America were parched by extreme heat that would have been ‘virtually impossible’ without the effects of global warming, scientists said.

Read More 6 October 2022 | 9:49 am

Medical Care Alone Won’t Halt the Spread of Diabetes, Scientists Say

Now experts are calling for walkable communities, improved housing, and access to health care and better food, particularly in minority communities.

Read More 6 October 2022 | 2:13 am

SpaceX Launches Russian Astronaut on Crew-5 Space Station Mission

Despite the Russian invasion of Ukraine, NASA and Roscosmos have managed to continue cooperating on flights to and from the International Space Station.

Read More 6 October 2022 | 2:00 am

Nobel Prize in Chemistry Is Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work ‘Snapping Molecules Together’

Carolyn R. Bertozzi, Morten Meldal and K. Barry Sharpless were honored for their advances in “click chemistry,” which has played a role in treating and diagnosing illnesses.

Read More 6 October 2022 | 1:58 am

Fossils Reveal Pterosaur Relatives Before They Evolved Wings

By reanalyzing earlier specimens, scientists linked small, leggy creatures that roamed 237 million years ago to the reptiles that flew through the dinosaur era.

Read More 5 October 2022 | 10:38 pm

Nobel Prize in Physics Is Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work Exploring Quantum Weirdness

Alain Aspect, John F. Clauser and Anton Zeilinger were recognized for their experiments in an area that has broad implications for secure information transfer and quantum computing.

Read More 5 October 2022 | 2:16 pm

After the Storm, the Mold: Warming Is Worsening Another Costly Disaster

Mold in homes is a costly crisis that often accompanies hurricanes and flooding, and climate change is amplifying the rain that feeds outbreaks.

Read More 5 October 2022 | 9:20 am

When You Step Inside This Lab, You Must Whip It

By studying the movements of volunteers cracking bullwhips, scientists sought to understand the manipulation of nonrigid and wobbly objects.

Read More 5 October 2022 | 6:56 am

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