This video of kids watching same-sex marriage proposals has already been viewed 2 million times in the 48 hours since it was posted. What does that say?
New research recommends recruiting a wingman/woman with a complementary face.
This simulation gives an eerily omniscient vantage on the world as it fills.
Unsolicited neighborhood judgment is not how childhood obesity is best addressed.
A new Tumblr compiles self-portraits taken at funerals and shared with the world. Here are a few, interspersed with more traditional efforts at celebrating life and publicly reflecting on mortality.
What not to say when purporting not to be racist
Illustrating the science
Young, healthy people must buy insurance for the healthcare law to succeed. Pro and anti-Obamacare groups are trying piteously to bro down.
Doctors at the University of Mississippi dissected two chicken nuggets, looked at them under a microscope, and were "astounded."
New fitness-themed postage stamps were put on hold due to government concerns over the safety of headstands and cannonballs.
Research made national news this week that the cookies are more addictive than psychoactive drugs. That claim may be exaggerated, but the neuroscience of junk food addiction is nonetheless fascinating and relevant—mentally, physically, and socially.
A chat about impolite tweets and Jimmy Kimmel
Graphic renderings of modern males
And other food magic to try, like chewing gum when chopping onions
A new recommendation from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force says we don't actually know if the age-old practice is a good idea.
"It provides some of us some closure."
How men and women digest differently, diet changes our skin, and gluten remains mysterious: A forward-thinking gastroenterologist on eating one's way to "gutbliss"
The idea that ignorance is the root of much disagreement—that if Americans understood the healthcare law, more would support it—seems condescending, but not invalid.
At our most beautiful, we are dots.
U.S. medical education is based on a century-old structure. Leading physicians are calling to streamline medical school to three years. How long does it take to make a doctor?