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Category Archives: Scientific Literacy

Climate Change’s Silent Siege on Global Public Health

Written by: Abhinav Anne This article was written in association with Climate Cardinals, the world’s largest youth-led climate advocacy organization dedicated to translating and disseminating climate information. Climate change poses an existential threat to human health, amplifying existing health risks and giving rise to new

5 Simple Steps to Leading a Happier Life

Written by: Abhinav Anne Interviewed: Dr. Laurie Santos – Professor of Psychology at Yale University and Founder of the Happiness Lab “Are we truly wired for happiness?” This question posed by Dr. Laurie Santos, a Professor of Psychology at Yale University and the Founder of

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Is Science Too Fast for You? How to Keep Yourself Up-to-Date

Written by: Samuel Go Staying up-to-date on the latest scientific discoveries is an imperative civic duty that applies to all of us, not just scientists, because being scientifically literate allows us to avoid misinformation and instead make informed decisions that can benefit society. The news