Heather Goldstone, WGBH

Heather Goldstone


Falmouth, MA, United States

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Past articles by Heather:

Vaping Is Bad For Your Lungs. But It's Not The Nicotine, It's The Liquid, Researcher Says

A study using lab mice looked at the impact of vape juice by itself. → Read More

Lab Studies How To Improve 'Difficult Conversations'

The Difficult Conversations Lab at Columbia University is dedicated to the practice of discussing challenging topics. → Read More

Record-Level Ground Collapse In The Alaskan Tundra

"I've never seen this level ... ever," said expert Sue Natali. → Read More

Six Right Whale Deaths In One Month: 'Panicking Seems Appropriate'

The critically endangered population can’t afford the death toll it's taking this year, experts say. → Read More

Choosing A Safe And Effective Sunscreen

Short story: go for mineral-based lotions. → Read More

Knowing A Few Words In A Foreign Language Is A Good Thing

It might even make your brain healthier. → Read More

The Chief Issue On Democratic Voters' Minds? Climate Change

Eighty-two percent of survey respondents said it's "very important" to take action on climate change. → Read More

CBD: Lots Of Potential, Lots Of Questions

Cannabadiol's rising popularity isn't backed by science ... yet. → Read More

Why Do Zebras Have Stripes? Science Has Finally Told Us

We may finally know for sure why zebras have stripes. → Read More

One Faith Leader Says Love Is The Key To Climate Action

Mariama White-Hammond says she sees the issue of climate change as a spiritual crisis. → Read More

Don't Give Give Up On Your New Year's Resolutions

Most have fallen apart by mid-February. But you can retrain your brain, says neurologist Michael Merzenich. → Read More

Study Finds Screen Time Not As Bad For Kids As We Thought

One researcher says the concern about social media that she hears in conversation and sees in the media isn't necessarily backed up by data. → Read More

'Every Year Matters' When It Comes To Climate Change

One of the biggest science stories of the year has been climate change. And for good reason. → Read More

Fixing Bias In Algorithms Is Possible, And This Scientist Is Doing It

MIT's Irene Chen found large error rates in the data for Asian patients in a hospital setting. → Read More

How To Be A Better Recycler

"Clean, empty and dry" is one expert's mantra for better recycling practices. → Read More

How To Talk Politics At Thanksgiving

First, establish your connection with family members. → Read More

Critics Warn Crop Program Could Lead To Biological Weapons

The DARPA program intends to use insects to genetically modify crops. → Read More

Cassini Discoveries Keep Coming, A Year After The Spacecraft's Death

Cassini was vaporized when it plunged toward Saturn a year ago, but new papers are still coming out. → Read More

Want To Start Meditating? There's An App For That.

A Harvard researcher was surprised at how well the app worked. → Read More

Shark Safety Tips From The State Expert

Greg Skomal only goes into the ocean waist-deep. → Read More