When a government is impeding the free flow of information between its scientists and the general public, it is a likely symptom of an unhealthy relationship between that government and science
Zero Discrimination Day might only be one day on the calendar. But let's be real: It should really be every day. - UpWorthy
Some of the fastest-growing fast-food chains aren't slinging artery-clogging cheeseburgers or cooking up calorie-packed fried chicken - Shan Li
Pink products have grown and grown to become their own kind of monster at this point, but there's no way to truly monitor the impact they have nor track where it goes and that's a real problem - Gayle Sulik
It’s taken a lot of hard work and dedication, trying to teach society what it means to be a Paralympian, that we’re not any different, that we’re just like the Olympians, with the same training sites, sponsorships, medals and venues - Tatyana McFadden
While we can try throwing different antibiotics at any number of strange and unfamiliar bacterial infections, we have no similar sledgehammer for mysterious viral diseases, which each have to be studied carefully before we can even begin to figure out how to fight or prevent them - Kevin Loria
Electronics keep getting closer to us—from a computer on your desk to a Fitbit on your wrist, we’re just scratching the surface - John Rogers
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