Forget Adderall. Forget Provigil. Eric Matzner says his nootropics will make your brain sharper in weeks.
That’s more than before the law was passed.
A single dose of magic mushrooms can make people with severe anxiety and depression better for months, according to a landmark pair of new studies.
In 2012, the newly appointed HHS secretary claimed the ACA’s contraceptive mandate trampled on religious liberties and helped literally no women.
Long-term fasting is hard. Is it also dangerous?
Under the new president, states might become a patchwork of abortion rights, and many women won’t be able to afford to reach clinics in time.
Before the law, which Trump has said he would repeal, health insurance was cheaper for a few, but outright unattainable for many.
Trump’s most fringe supporters found a voice—and an audience—on mainstream social media sites.
Despite predictions to the contrary, Trump won among conservative women and evangelicals. Abortion may have been a major factor.
The health law’s unpopularity might help explain why so many upper-middle-class people voted for the Republican.
Hearing discriminatory comments changes how people think.
The Republican nominee has dismissed his misogynist speech as “just words.” But multiple studies show rude rhetoric can have a major impact on thinking, stress, and self-esteem.
He said she was oversensitive. She said his constant criticism was tantamount to emotional abuse.
Even after Obamacare, millions of women are uninsured and live in counties with few family-planning clinics.
The best treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder forces sufferers to confront their fears. But for many patients, the treatment is far out of reach.
Just call me the Ken Bone of procreation. I am hopelessly undecided about whether to have kids, even though it’s…
When their manhood is threatened, men react by doing less housework. The only exception? Meal preparation.
A new book explores how fear, uncertainty, and group psychology lead people to believe leaders who say false things.
Several recent surveys suggest that when men feel persecuted, they turn to Donald Trump for affirmation.
The biggest cause of disability around the world is surprisingly banal.
A new study finds that if you mention a hot-button issue like abortion or guns, what the doctor tells you might depend on how he or she votes.