It leaves people bed-bound and drives some to suicide, but there's little research money devoted to the disease. Now, change is coming, thanks to the patients themselves.
Healthcare workers say they're far from prepared to treat a patient with the virus.
Ah, the good old days, as viewed through 1950s help-wanted ads
Two new studies suggest that extraordinary adventures are overrated—unless you have them with someone else.
A new California study replicates an earlier finding from Oregon that the newly insured visit emergency rooms more. But luckily, California found that the boost wasn't permanent.
Your income, how long you dated, and how many people attend your wedding affect the odds you'll stay together.
Sam Yagan, CEO of Match and a founder of OkCupid, explains the proliferation of dating sites and why he thinks everyone should be looking for love online.
A surprising amount of support for Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, which made at least one major error in the handling of its Ebola case, reveals why we trust medical institutions so much.
The first ebola patient diagnosed in the United States succumbed to the virus this morning.
Healthcare is the number-one cause of personal bankruptcy and is responsible for more collections than credit cards.
The author of a book about Nickelodeon thinks women and minorities are ruining the children's network.
Icelanders love keeping track of how they're related, which has made them "the world champions of human genetics.”
The State Fair icon adds a note on sanitation to his standard folksy greeting.
The Dallas hospital's debacle highlights the atrociousness of many electronic health records.
Basic protective gear was revolutionary for 19th-century medicine, and health workers trying to stop Ebola are recognizing its importance all over again.
The pitfalls of relying on temperature screenings to keep infected individuals from flying
A new study explains why your grandma doesn't find The Office funny.
At least a half-million fewer Americans were born as a result of the 2008 crisis.
Millions of American office workers experience bad posture and back pain. Can gadgets help remind us to stand up straight?
Dental care is excluded from most insurance plans for a bizarre and antiquated reason, and millions of people suffer as a result.
When just doing something wastes more time than not doing anything.