By the time I came to Portland, I had already gleaned a great deal of information about this little-known author, including that he was very different from the way he is portrayed in the Whittier lore.
We are in a historic moment of trauma in the United States. How do we face these things fully, let in the devastation, and then both heal and act?
Humanity's destruction of nature has made an estimated two in five plant species worldwide at risk of extinction, according to an assessment published Wednesday by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, in the United Kingdom.
Scientists have been warning for months that the coronavirus could be spread by aerosols – tiny respiratory droplets that people emit when they talk or sneeze and that can linger in the air.
Hiking is a near-perfect combination of elements known to relax us, raise our alertness, elevate our self-esteem, and physically prepare us for true rest afterward.
US scientists have worked out how to feed nine billion people and save wildlife from extinction, both at the same time – thanks to healthy lentils.
One of nature’s epic events is underway: Monarch butterflies’ fall migration. Departing from all across the United States and Canada, the butterflies travel up to 2,500 miles to cluster at the same locations…
Ultraviolet light has a long history as a disinfectant and the SARS-CoV-2…
EPA's in-house experts admitted what we already know—they have no safety data on fluoride intake and neurotoxic effects. And they agreed that recent studies confirm its harmful effects. Will this finally bring an end to water fluoridation?
Families Can Support Kids' Mental Health Whether They're Learning Remotely Or At School – Here's How
As a family therapist and professor of educational psychology who studies resilience in families under stress, I can assure you there’s no single schooling option that guarantees a happy, healthy kid or dooms a child to despair.
People around the world are working to create an environment that helps bees thrive.