- How does stress make you sick? by Michael Limmena for Science Borealis.
|In modern times, where trivial daily stresses are common, the fight-or-flight response causes our bodies to overreact to stressors.|
Credit: Sari Montag via Flickr (CC-BY-SA)
- An explanation for the low quality antibodies produced during serious SARS-CoV-2 infection by Vincent Racaniello for Virology Blog.
- Podcast: Dinosaur Asteroid Hit Worst-Case Place by Julia Rosen at Scientific American.
- A dwarf galaxy may have collided with the Milky Way three billion years ago by Rob Lea for ZME Science.
- Physicists propose new theory on origin of dark matter by SciNews.
- Startle displays in praying mantises: Using beauty and terror to deter predators by Miklos Bolza for Lab Down Under.
- Epigenetics: How do we feed our genes? by Ashley Aguillard for NutriBites.
- Rodent fathers suggest dopamine is key to an neuroscience of parenting by Laura Haetzel for Massive Science.
- Stem cells in Parkinson’s disease: progress and challenges by Niamh McNamara for EUSci.
- Mental health hacks explained: The benefits of outside by Dr. Dean Burnett for The Cosmic Shambles Network.
- Iberian lynx eat more species of prey than previously thought by Luis Manuel Fernandez Porras for Massive Science.
- A captive breeding program taught Puerto Rican parrots to "speak" differently by Enzo M. R. Reyes for Massive Science.
- Monstrous moles: Happy Mole Day! by Kat Day at The Chronicle Flask.
- Even a car can’t kill this beetle. Here’s why by Elizabeth Pennisi for Science.
- How can climate be predictable if weather is chaotic? by Sabine Hossenfelder at Backreaction.
- Light pollution affects more things than you think by Chloé at Pineapples and Whales.
|Light pollution has profound effects on how individuals, populations, species, and ecosystems function.|
Credit: Pineapples and Whales
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