September 10 is World Suicide Prevention Day. I used to call the annual event “Invisible Suicide Prevention Day” because it is so often ignored in major media.
These sources should be more careful with their word choice. Someone could get the wrong idea.
Many Americans reject evolution, a recent paper suggests, because they’re uninformed.
The paradigm of cladistic classification based on assumed common ancestry should be reconsidered in favor of a traditional phenetic classification based on maximum similarity.
As we know, random changes and undirected natural processes routinely succeed in assembling functional equipment for a range of uses.