Freelance Writer, Popular Science
nytimes.com — Despite India's enormous population, it would be cost-effective to fight its growing AIDS epidemic by testing all 800 million sexually active adults in the country every five years and treating all those infected, a new statistical study has concluded.
today.com — Most moms have to yell at their kids to turn down that deafening rock and roll music. But Terri Bear invites her son up on stage and tells him to crank up the volume.
brainpickings.org — by Maria Popova Illustrated retro reactions from the father of Popular Science. Edward Livingston Youmans (1821-1887), best-remembered as the founder of Popular Science magazine, was one of history's greatest science writers and editors.
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