Today we are featuring stories about the decimation of a national park, the survival of Texas Monthly magazine, how a couple escaped slavery in Boston, choosing when to die, and the future of jelly. 1. In a Famed Kenyan Game Park, the Animals Are Giving Up Georgina Gustin | Undark | January 4, 2023 | […]
“As a climate change-induced drought wears on, it’s putting more pressure on wildlife, livestock, and people.”
This week, our editors recommend notable features and essays by Jackie Flynn Mogensen, Justin Heckert, Gloria Liu, Sharon Levy, and Mychal Denzel Smith.
Condor 746, on loan from a captive breeding program in Idaho, traveled to California in spring 2022. He’s the first California condor in over a century to reach the ancestral land of the Yurok Tribe, and made the journey to mentor four young birds in a condor facility in Redwood National Park. Condors are very […]
“Years after agreeing to take part in research, families of children with congenital Zika syndrome are feeling abandoned.”
This week, we’re sharing stories from Tim Alberta, Jane C. Hu, Katy Kelleher, Jimmy Thomson, and David Marchese.
Some parents are reporting that their kids’ COVID symptoms have been lingering for months.
Physicians in South Korea are working to understand the health issues North Korean defectors face, in preparation for eventual reunification.
A program tracking the health of North Korean refugees rests on the premise that someday, health care will once again be a shared responsibility.