I'm a freelance journalist based in Minneapolis. I've paddled down the Peruvian Amazon, biked through Turkey, and SCUBA-dived into Cuba, all to tell stories about the world's animals and ecosystems. For Discovery News, I help cover the environment.
People who spend more time on social networking sites report more conflict in their relationships and are more likely to break up.
The ability to categorize has long been thought to be a hallmark of human intelligence. New findings suggest pigeons do it too.
A controversial body of research suggests that exercise won’t protect your heart if you don’t also eat well and for some people, take drugs.
The victims of the missing Malaysian flight are being compensated $5,000 for now, with more to come. What will that accomplish?
Does the exploding use of exclamation marks indicate the end of the linguistic world as we know it? Not necessarily.
A new invention offers a powerful and cheap strategy for identifying and responding to infestations that threaten agriculture and health.
United States military officials have invested hundreds of thousands of dollars to study the body language of foreign leaders in an attempt to predict their future behaviors. Will it work?
Despite a common belief that a meal isn't a meal without a hunk of protein, new findings suggest middle-aged adults would be better off easing up on the chicken and cheese.
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