The endangered Mexican gray wolf (Canis lupus baileyi) has weathered challenges from near extinction to political wrangling. Now, a genetic study settles whether the wolves might have interbred with dogs.
To celebrate the holiday, we dig into the science that makes fireworks sparkle, flags durable, and hot dogs delicious. Plus, what brain researchers are learning about the pursuit of happiness and feelings of patriotism.
Only about half of Arizona's forest fire lookout towers are used during the fire season, but are crucial to forest safety. On the more high-tech side of the spectrum, there are also people trying to figure out how we can use technology to improve the way we detect wildfires.
There are many famous scenes of just how angry things can get in a courtroom — on TV, at least. But in real life, even though anger is often part of the script, one researcher found that the old double standard holds true.
The growing number of “food as medicine” programs nationally are aimed at improving nutrition among adults with serious illnesses to help them heal, recover from medical procedures and control chronic diseases.
Today, researchers still don’t know what causes Alzheimer's, and there are no real prevention options. When someone is diagnosed with it, the conversation quickly turns to managing the disease rather than curing it.
The World Health Organization announced last week that it was officially classifying “gaming disorder” as a mental health condition in its 11th edition of its International Classification of Diseases. But not all psychologists agree with the move.