It's quite possible to live and date in New York without a smartphone.
School lunches, including chicken nuggets, are notoriously unhealthy. They don't have to be.
Carrying around a coffee cup full of hot meat stock is somehow cool.
A questionable medical treatment is becoming popular.
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Plan ahead.
Remember what it's like to be bored? New York Public Radio asked listeners to cut back on phone time and see where their minds took them.
Hidden away on Google’s campus, doctors at a world-class life sciences lab are trying to change the way people think about their health.
A Canadian inventor believes his tornado machine could solve the world's energy crisis. The only problem? He has to prove it works.
Light pollution has taken away our ability to see the stars. Can we save the night sky?
Cooking for yourself is one of the surest ways to eat well. Bestselling author Mark Bittman teaches James Hamblin the recipe that everyone is Googling.
As people spend more time indoors, ecotherapy is emerging as a way to help rebuild our relationships with nature—and improve mental and physical health.
Age discrimination affects us all. Who cares about youth? James Hamblin turns to his colleague Jeffrey Goldberg for advice.
Most Americans don't get enough sleep. More and more employers are trying to help address that.
Dr. Zeke Emanuel recently announced that he will stop receiving life-prolonging medical care at age 75. James Hamblin tries to understand why. What is the meaning of life?
You don't have to tell her how big she is. You don't need to touch her belly.
Cities are like nothing else on Earth.
How a workout becomes a social identity
The co-founder of OKCupid shares findings from his analysis of millions of users' data.
Why does smoking maintain its allure? James Hamblin seeks the wisdom of a cool person.
A doctor tries the ever-popular Master Cleanse. Sort of.