Eid al-Fitr celebrations in the United States are as diverse as the country itself.
“I’d like people to understand that hearing is not only for ears.”
Good hydration might help ward off COVID-19 infection. But the science is murky on exactly how and why drinking before an injection might alter your immune reaction.
Surging caseloads, spiking mortality rates, and supply shortages threaten one of India’s neighboring nations.
In the 19th century, Prince Albert I of Monaco devoted himself to the ocean. His great-great-grandson has carried on the tradition.
It’s been 51 years since an F5 tornado—the most powerful category of twisters—last struck a major U.S. city. Lubbock, Texas, still bears the scars.
One of the largest mass lynchings in the United States targeted Chinese immigrants in Los Angeles.
The Colorado Plateau is breathtaking—but stepping off trail for a killer photo can be deadly for biocrust.
Promising early results suggest we may have a new tool in the battle against the pernicious mosquito-borne parasite.
The before-meal wash was an important ritual for peasants and nobility alike—especially since people often ate with their hands.
As the healthcare industry disperses COVID-19 vaccines across the nation, the largest group of immigrant nurses in the country forges ahead despite battles of their own.
When the moon first formed, it orbited our planet much more closely, causing bizarre effects like extremely quick rotation and a weird shape.
Some are in roadside zoos. Some are pets. Many are abused. A lack of regulation on big cats is putting animals and humans at risk.
Sand dollar skeletons and fossils turn Ocean Beach into a living lab—perfect for a family day trip.
COVID-19 protocols dramatically decreased how often children got sick. Here’s what it will take to keep that up.