Where Parents Can Get Help with Climate Anxiety

Where Parents Can Get Help with Climate Anxiety

Sherrell is a climate activist who is grappling with the decision of whether to have a child, and his anguish and uncertainty comes through on every page, along with vivid and concrete fears for the future.

A New Formula May Help Black Patients’ Access to Kidney Care

A New Formula May Help Black Patients’ Access to Kidney Care

Nwamaka Eneanya, an assistant professor at University of Pennsylvania and a member of the task force behind Thursday’s recommendation, says she knows of one biracial patient with severe kidney disease who after learning about how the equation worked requested that she be classified as white to increase her chances of being listed for advanced care.

Why Retro-Looking Games Get So Much Love

Why Retro-Looking Games Get So Much Love

But when we play a game from childhood, or even one that looks like a game from that time, there’s a compounding effect of pleasure.

Soothe Yourself With a Picture Book About the Internet Dying

Soothe Yourself With a Picture Book About the Internet Dying

Chris Colin, a writer who runs a pandemic-themed children’s newspaper out of the Bay Area, answers that question in his new book OFF: The Day the Internet Died (A Bedtime Fantasy).Illustrated by Rinee Shah and written in the style of Genesis (as in the Book of, not the band), OFF invites readers to imagine weeks, decades, centuries without the internet.What first got you thinking about writing this book?

Why 'Head Empty' Memes Are Dominating 2020

Why 'Head Empty' Memes Are Dominating 2020

“It’s probably no accident this stuff is cropping up at a time when there’s nothing but complications out there,” says Ryan Milner, a professor of internet culture at College of Charleston and author of 2017’s The World Made Meme.

Amazon Prime Day 2020: The 38 Absolute Best Tech Deals

Amazon Prime Day 2020: The 38 Absolute Best Tech Deals

Photograph: Amazon As usual, Amazon has slashed prices on many of its own house-made products and services, including smart speakers and screens, and even discounted memberships to premium services like Kindle Unlimited.

We Found Every Good Prime Day Deal on Amazon Devices

We Found Every Good Prime Day Deal on Amazon Devices

We've compiled every decent deal on Amazon-branded devices happening from now through the end of Amazon's Prime Day sale (October 13-14).What sets it apart is the free one-year subscription to Amazon Kids+ (formerly known as FreeTime Unlimited).

The Gear That's Getting Us Through Quarantine

The Gear That's Getting Us Through Quarantine

MC : Today, we are going to be talking about the various things that are helping us, the three of us, get through the current global health crisis.So the thing that I was going to recommend is, the new Amazon Fire Kids tablet.

Success Kid's Mom Won't Stand for Steve King's 'Meme' Ad

Success Kid's Mom Won't Stand for Steve King's 'Meme' Ad

The real legal questions are two: Did he violate the Griners’ right of publicity, and can King prove that his campaign’s version of the meme is a fair use of Griner’s copyrighted material?

Alphabet’s AI Might Be Able to Predict Kidney Disease

Alphabet’s AI Might Be Able to Predict Kidney Disease

Using Streams, physicians could be alerted to predictions of acute kidney injury, says Dominic King, a former surgeon who leads DeepMind’s health effort—and eventually other conditions as well, like sepsis or pancreatitis.

Spider-Man: Far From Home Just Made Half a Billion Dollars

Spider-Man: Far From Home Just Made Half a Billion Dollars

No matter how good your Fourth of July was, we venture it wasn't as great as Peter Parker's holiday weekend. Spidey's latest flick, Spider-Man: Far From Home , brought in more than half a billion dollars globally in just a few days, netting the web-slinger the biggest six-day opening weekend ever for a movie released on Tuesday.

The Society Is a Smart Show With Too Many Dumb Teens

The Society Is a Smart Show With Too Many Dumb Teens

In an early episode of The Society , Netflix's new YA drama about power and privilege in a socialist adultless future, a group of teens gather to play a game of Fugitive.

The Devastating Allure of Medical Miracles

The Devastating Allure of Medical Miracles

Dan Winters Eighteen months later, Sheila Advento, having become the fifth patient in Lee’s trial on September 18, 2010, woke groggily in the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center recovery area to find her new hands.

Inside the Alexa-Friendly World of Wikidata

Inside the Alexa-Friendly World of Wikidata

The connections forged between nuggets of knowledge in Wikidata allow computers to answer complex questions in fractions of a second, without having to trawl through multiple web pages or databases.

YouTube and Instagram Tots Are the New Child Stars

YouTube and Instagram Tots Are the New Child Stars

"I don't want to have a child 15 years from now sitting in a therapist's office saying my parents made me take pictures every day," Bee Fisher says.

5 STEM Toys to Entertain and Enlighten Your Kids

5 STEM Toys to Entertain and Enlighten Your Kids

Now the Crayola folks make a proper chemistry set with 16 out-of-the-box projects and 34 more that use household ­ingredients, from erupting volcanoes and glow worms to three types of slime.$25Styling by Kiki StevensThis article appears in the September issue.