Science

ABC News correspondent Dan Harris was broadcasting live in 2004 when he experienced a panic attack. He credits meditation with helping him work through his anxiety — both then and now.
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
As if the pandemic weren't enough, people are wondering whether climate change will cause pathogens buried in frozen ground to come back to life as the Arctic warms. How worried should we be?
Car traffic took a big dip beginning in late March, and headlines celebrated clean air around the U.S. But an NPR analysis of EPA data tells a more troubling story.
Encore episode. The science is nascent and a little squishy, but researchers like Giulia Poerio are trying to better understand ASMR — a feeling triggered in the brains of some people by whispering, soft tapping, and delicate gestures. She explains how it works, and tells reporter Emily Kwong why slime might be an Internet fad that is, for some, a sensory pleasure-trigger.Read more about Emily's reporting on ASMR on the NPR Shots Blog.Email the show at [email protected]
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease
Nuke Pro Radiation Fukushima Cesium Strontium Hawaii Sharks Lies Abe Kan spent fuel pool prepper GE lame media zerohedge cancer disease