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.
Michael Kimmel’s quest to turn college boys into gentlemen—and improve sex on campus
British stores are selling reindeer meat. Should we all be eating the Arctic beasts?
What Delaware, where a surprisingly high number of women get pregnant by accident, can teach the rest of the nation
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Teens are using less drugs and alcohol than before, even though they're less likely to think the substances are harmful.
A study finds that confessions are four times more likely when interrogators adopt a respectful stance toward detainees and build rapport, instead of torturing.
And nearly a quarter experience two or more stressful childhood events, setting them up for worse physical and mental health later in life.
When people in mixed-sex groups are told to be "politically correct," their ideas are more numerous and more original.
Tired of condoms and the Pill, many women are turning to new apps that help them practice one of the oldest forms of contraception.
Why people might be more likely to get a flu shot if it's free rather than $1 or $5
When sexual assault reports turn out to be inaccurate—even slightly so—nobody wins.
Representative Peter King thinks the man died at the hands of New York police because he was obese.
An electrically charged fabric makes for a quick-dissolving delivery vessel for drugs that kill HIV.
Women, college-educated people, and rich people, mostly. In other words, those who likely aren't the prime targets for obesity-reduction efforts in the first place.
Wasted groceries are a big, expensive problem. Here are the items Americans are most likely to throw away.
Buy lots of little gifts, don't buy a warranty, and other tricks to squeeze the most pleasure out of your holiday purchases.
'Tis the season for awkward gatherings. Here's how to get beyond, "You're a systems analyst? That's ... fascinating."
The web is seeing an explosion of first-person narrative—and that's not (entirely) a bad thing.
I worked out of what might be the best-designed office space in America. Here's what it taught me about productivity, concentration, and happiness at work.