"Don't You Worry 'bout a Thing" is a song by American singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder, released as the third single from his sixteenth studio album, Innervisions (1973).

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How Much Worry about Mass Shootings Is Too Much?

Study suggests the reason we worry is to avoid negative emotional contrasts after negative events. In other words, if we are already worried and anxious, we will experience less of a negative emotional contrast after something bad happens than if we were feeling happy and relaxed initially.

Bird flu can jump to mammals. Should we worry?

4 big asteroids are flying by Earth this week, but don't worry. They aren't getting too close.

Why PepsiCo’s and Coca-Cola’s Alcohol Drinks Worry Health Experts

Should You Really Worry about Solar Flares?

An Expert Explains Whether You Should Worry About Your Christmas Indulgences

Europa Clipper instrument delays worry scientists eyeing 2024 launch

Deflecting asteroids is only one thing on humanity’s worry list

Survey finds stress and worry over the state of the world keeps some Americans up at night

Asteroid hunters worry megaconstellations might interfere with planetary defense

Your Brain Wakes Up Over 100 Times a Night – But Don’t Worry, This Is a Good Thing

1 in 3 parents worry that school traffic is a danger for kids, and speeding and distracted drivers top list of concerns

Debris From Uncontrolled Chinese Rocket Falls Over Southeast Asian Seas

There are 6 types of people online who worry about the environment

[NASA Webb] In late May, Webb sustained a dust-sized micrometeroid impact to a primary mirror segment. Not to worry: Webb is still performing at a level that exceeds all mission requirements. Our first images will #UnfoldTheUniverse on July 12.

Canada announces new innovation agency — and it's not modelled on DARPA | The unit will instead mimic Finnish and Israeli agencies. But some researchers worry Canada might be too big and regionalized for the scheme to succeed.

Health Experts Worry That CDC Covid-19 Maps, Measures May Be Misunderstood

Congressman says don’t worry about SpaceX leaving

50 years ago, the first canopy ecologists used rock climbing gear to get into the treetops, anchoring their ropes with petons hammered into bark. Now, they worry that some destructive climbing techniques could come full circle as recreational sports climbers take to the trees.