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El planeta y la forma en que vivimos en él cambian constantemente. Buena Vista Images via Getty Images

¿Cómo será la Tierra dentro de 500 años?

La Tierra cambia constantemente de forma natural, pero la mayoría de esos cambios son muy lentos. Los humanos están acelerando otros cambios con el calentamiento global.
The planet and the way we live on it are constantly changing. Buena Vista Images via Getty Images

What will the Earth be like in 500 years?

The Earth is constantly changing in natural ways, but most of those changes are very slow. Humans are speeding up other changes with global warming.
Mobile health apps and gadgets could help doctors and patients treat chronic illnesses in real time. Moment via Getty

Health apps track vital health stats for millions of people, but doctors aren’t using the data – here’s how it could reduce costs and patient outcomes

Connecting health apps to health care can enable better care for patients with chronic diseases, and it has the potential to lower skyrocketing US health spending.
Consulting with the communities that have suffered the most harm from past acts of mass violence is a key part of a successful reparations process. Steven Senne/AP

Why reparations are always about more than money

From Germany to Georgetown, the Global North has a lot to learn about reckoning successfully with past human rights wrongs.
Without a formal constitution, Israelis disagree on such basic issues as whether Israel is a Jewish state. Jack Guez/AFP via Getty Images

How Israel’s missing constitution deepens divisions between Jews and with Arabs

Governed by a changeable body of ‘basic laws,’ Israel never settled basic questions like the rights of religious minorities. These destabilizing issues will continue to fester under a new government.
Some extremely rich people are paying a much smaller share of their income on taxes than other folks. Nuthawut Somsuk/iStock via Getty Images Plus

A new reason Americans are getting leery of billionaire donors

News about how little income tax some of the richest Americans reportedly pay is adding to questions about the value to society of their massive charitable donations.
U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Bernie Sanders are both members of the Democratic Socialists of America. Joe Raedle/Getty Images

How ‘socialism’ stopped being a dirty word for some voters – and started winning elections across America

The leftist Democratic Socialists of America was tiny before the 2016 election. Now, with 90,000 dues-paying members and four seats in Congress, the DSA is upending Democratic politics nationwide.
A person’s resting metabolism is very sensitive to temperature, and offices are often too cold for people. Steelcase/Wikimedia Commons

Going back to the office? The colder temperature could lead to weight gain

Going back to work at an office? An expert explains how the relatively cool temperature many offices are kept at may affect your body – and your health.
Si has experimentado un aumento o una pérdida de peso no deseados durante la pandemia, no estás solo. Karl Tapales/Moment via Getty Images

¿Aumento o pérdida de peso no deseado durante la pandemia? El estrés podría tener la culpa

El 42% de los estadounidenses encuestados para un estudio ganó peso no deseado en 2020, de media 13 kilos. Casi el 18% afirmó haber experimentado una pérdida de peso no deseada, una media de 12 kilos.

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