Including why we now have more trees in the world—but that may not be a good thing.
Including the Glacier National Park fires, U.S. life expectancy dips, and the latest research on weight loss.
Unprecedented “summer crisis” leaves ambulances queueing outside hospitalsHospitals are having to adopt winter-style emergency measures, including turning away patients through being busy, as the NHS struggles to cope with illnesses caused by the heatw…
Would you eat bugs if your gut health depended on it?
Exclusive: data shows spike in UK deaths coinciding with high temperatures, with frail, older people with kidney or heart problems most vulnerableNearly 700 more deaths than average were recorded at the peak of the heatwave in June and July in England …
From vaccines to climate change to genocide, a new age of denialism is upon us. Why have we failed to understand it? By Keith Kahn-HarrisWe are all in denial, some of the time at least. Part of being human, and living in a society with other humans, is…
Here’s what people think about petri-dish-to-table cuisine.
Including GF Dunkin’ Donuts.
Our oceans are in a lot worse shape than we thought.
Concerns over health as sweltering heat set to continue despite storm forecastsThunderstorms may cloud blood moonShare your heatwave photos, videos and stories with us 5.55pm BST The Guardian is now closing its liveblog, but here’s a summary of the key…
Here’s some good news: Alzheimer’s research progressed leaps and bounds this week.
Scientists warn the impact of climate change may be as large as economic recessions, which are known to increase self-harmRising temperatures are linked to increasing rates of suicide, according to a large new study. The researchers warn that the impac…
The Great Barrier Reef’s Slow Recovery, Adidas Bans Plastic & Sugar-Memory Link
Heat making you groggy? Science explains why.
Including how hot weather affects our brain power.
Even levels that have been deemed safe might not be.
We’re applauding her super-ambitious climate change platform.
Starfish are back after a sort-of five-year hiatus.