The newest data says that abandoning PSA screening for prostate cancer would be a huge step backwards, going against the increasingly anti-PSA conversation of late.
Don't count it as a victory for women, but we now know that they, too, can associate sexual problems with diabetes.
Our sedentary lifestyles don't explain the obesity crisis.
A fundamental misunderstanding about the nature of sex and the function of birth control appears to underlie the country's remarkable rate of unwanted pregnancies.
We look at women the same way we look at houses and sandwiches: as composites of attractive parts.
Here's hoping that none of our favorite Olympic athletes and archers are doing anything drug-related at all this year. Because they are perfect specimens of human form and function, and they don't need or want any help from any sort of performance-enhancing drugs. Except for when they occasionally do.
Arrested Development demonstrated the difficulty of procuring medical marijuana for the treatment of vertigo, but a simpler way of dealing with the dizzies is becoming a cult classic of its own.
The newest reason for doing everything possible to reduce childhood obesity names certain cancers as risks associated with a high BMI.
How consumers came to believe that "water is not enough."
Poor quality sleep is shown to be a risk factor for nursing home placement in older women.
A dubious milk scandal in Australia demonstrates how quickly marketers can seize upon public fears to serve corporate interests.
We're quick to punish cheaters, but not out of a pure desire for revenge. Instead, we only want justice to be served for those who benefit by not playing fair.
A free app is the new coolest thing for DIY skin cancer diagnosis. As long as you're willing to take 23 nude photos of yourself.
The degenerative disease is as yet incurable, but new research offers a promising form of treatment that links stress management to the reduction of brain legions
BPA exposure breaks down boundaries, causes interspecies experimentation in fish.
When it comes to primary care, both the privately insured and those covered by Medicaid can be well-served by community health centers.
When it comes to obesity and related behaviors, new research suggests that what you weigh is in part influenced by who your friends are.