Polio Vaccination Rates in Some Areas of the US Hover Dangerously Close to the Threshold Required for Herd Immunity – Here’s Why that Matters
The US recently recorded its first case of polio in nearly a decade
Burning Man Highlights the Primordial Human Need for Ritual
Since its inception in 1986, attendance has increased from a few dozen to over 70,000 — and hundreds of thousands in regional versions around the world
Cognitive Biases and Brain Biology Help Explain Why Facts Don’t Change Minds
For many people, a challenge to their worldview feels like an attack on their personal identity and can cause them to harden their position
Rudd Center: Campaign in Maryland Led to 30% Drop in Soda Sales; Sales of Other Sugary Drinks Also Fell
'One of the most sustained and comprehensive community led efforts to decrease sugary drink consumption in the country'