We perceive the future as closer than the past. Except for when we're moving in reverse.
Optimism can be healthy. But assuming the worst is over also means you won't be prepared.
A health benefit of quitting
Modern methods of birth control are increasingly prevalent, but demand outpaces their distribution.
The man who's saved countless people from choking has had less luck curing cancer and AIDS.
Using CT scans, researchers examined the remaining arteries of 137 mummies, and found signs of probable or definite atherosclerosis in 34 percent.
To every lipid profile, turn, turn, turn...
The healthiest people eat a moderate amount of red meat and poultry, but as little processed meat as possible.
Violent acts directed at, not committed by, the mentally ill should concern us most.
Can a disregard for the power of community living help explain America's health problems?
A brief history of a America's growing conviction that yogurt is the answer to everything
Online popularity reliably indicates quality care -- in this case.
Where the evidence exists to support it, design has the potential to increase safety, promote healing, and even end up saving money.
After a month spent playing video games in addition to their usual training, 21 surgical residents performed laparoscopies with significantly improved accuracy and economy.
Even hands-free conversations are a safety hazard.
Treating a UTI costs $2,598, on average -- and we needed a study to tell us this.
Remote health monitoring is promoted as a more cost-efficient and comfortable way of managing chronic conditions.
Marriage is a uniquely healthful institution.
The benefits of giving back, compounded
Broadening online worlds could help maintain and improve cognitive abilities in old age.