Elizabeth Arnold explains how public apathy about climate change is partly journalists' fault and offers tips to improve their coverage.
E-cigarettes don’t help smokers quit more than other interventions, though financial incentives do, a new study in the New England Journal of Medicine finds.
Key facts and the latest scholarship on methamphetamine, a highly addictive drug that has recently made a resurgence.
Do looser advertising standards produce well-informed consumers, or drive needless demand? We examine the research.
Police officers rarely use force to apprehend and detain criminal suspects and, when they do, the majority of suspects are not injured, according to an analysis conducted by a team of mostly medical doctors.
While the nation’s ongoing opioid epidemic is often discussed as a white issue, new research indicates that prescription opioid use in black adults is just as high.
This updated collection of research looks at how mandatory school uniforms impact student achievement, attendance and behavior as well as the presence of gangs in public schools.
Research on consumer attitudes toward digital privacy and the practices of tech companies that shape data collection and use policies.
Cannabidiol, a.k.a. CBD, is a marijuana extract associated with therapeutic benefits. We gathered research that evaluates these claims.
Do food labels work? This roundup highlights studies that explore effects of food labeling campaigns on consumer perceptions and purchases.