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NUMBER OF NORTH AMERICAN BIRDS ESTIMATED TO HAVE
DISAPPEARED FROM THE WILD SINCE 1970, ACCORDING TO A WIDELY CITED
2019 STUDY. THAT MEANS THE U.S. HAS 3 BILLION FEWER BIRDS
THAN IT DID 50 YEARS AGO.


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HOW WE HANDLE MID-LIFE STRESS IS LINKED TO MATERNAL STRESS DURING PREGNANCY, PER A STUDY COAUTHORED BY BROWN'S STEPHEN BUKA.

THE COST TO LAY A MILE OF HIGHWAY INCREASED 5-FOLD BETWEEN 1990 AND 2008—FAR MORE THAN THE COST OF MATERIALS, BROWN ECONOMISTS DETERMINED.

A BROWN STUDY FOUND POLITICAL AFFILIATION, NOT HEALTH RISKS, DICTATED WHETHER AMERICANS WORE MASKS OR DISTANCED IN 2020.

SOUTH ASIAN MONSOON RAINS WILL ONLY GET MORE INTENSE AS LEVELS OF ATMOSPHERIC CO2 RISE, GEO SCIENCE PROFESSOR STEVEN CLEMENS PREDICTS.

VIKINGS BUILT A MASSIVE BOAT IN AN ICELANDIC CAVE TO WARD OFF THE APOCALYPSE, A TEAM FROM BROWN'S HAFFENREFFER MUSEUM CONCLUDES.