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Efforts to regulate dog training have centered on studies examining the efficacy of punishment as a training tool.
A new study found that humans are terrible at reading canine body language. But with the help of a few experts, you can learn.
As with people, some dogs may be more neurologically prone to anxiety. But canine stress is often mistaken for mischief.
An enzyme-based recycling technology is poised to go commercial, but questions about cost and scalability linger.
The complex interplay of ticks, their habitats and hosts — along with changes in land use and climate — may be enabling the spread of the pathogens they carry
Warming, wildfires and unpredictable weather threaten to disrupt the delicate processes that underlie treasured wines. Researchers and producers are innovating to keep ahead.
That fateful day in 2008 launched a decade of collaborative work between Stock, fellow geologists, and climbers.
After the catastrophic fires of the past decade, land managers may need to reseed vast acreages. Can they buffer against climate change in the process?
Black-footed ferrets could come back from near extinction, but some ranchers don’t want them on public lands.
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