Lots of people with canceled summer travel plans are diving into the RV life

There are safer and less-safe ways to take advantage of RVs during uncertain times.

Why radical homemaking makes sense

Shannon Hayes, who blogs as the Radical Homemaker, sees homemaking as an ecological movement.

'Back Water' takes you on a canoe trip through a most unlikely wilderness area

The documentary "Back Water" redefines wilderness — and what it looks like, smells like, and feels…

Why plant-based meats are having a moment

Several factors, including meat shortages, are driving a shift toward plant-based meats.

How dating during the pandemic is the same — and how it's not

An expert on dating weighs in on the newest way to find that special someone when…

Why the search for life on other planets depends on hydrogen

By looking at early stages of Earth, researchers hope to understand what life can look like…

Why vitaparcours are the perfect pandemic exercise option

The 1970s Swiss fitness creation called vitaparcour is back and more popular than ever.

Archaeologists discover recycling system in ancient Pompeii

The attitudes of Pompeiians towards death and waste was very different from our own.

This scientific breakthrough could jumpstart the revival of the Great American Barrier Reef

The Florida Aquarium has discovered how ridged coral reproduce, which had previously been a mystery.

A third of Americans believe in UFOs, but they aren't all looking for the same thing

A new book, "They Are Already Here" by Sarah Scoles, looks at the people who are…