Colorado and Washington are about to find out.
Today, one percent of American kids are conceived using some form of assisted reproductive technology.
Nonchalance about injuries is magical thinking.
Hollywood parents say not vaccinating makes "instinctive" sense. Now their kids have whooping cough.
How grief spurred me to start smoking—and to quit
A crematory employee explores the many ways one's remains can go.
Many low-income workers get just four or five hours of rest each day. Research shows their bodies might never recover.
A short documentary about a man who learned to live without eyesight.
The promise of transforming flying vectors of dengue fever into preventive-medicine tools
A Colorado town is minimizing ER visits with an urgent-care clinic on wheels.
The theory of defensive pessimism suggests that imagining—and planning for—worst-case scenarios can be more effective than trying to think positively.
Mourning permeates physical health in many ways. New research elaborates.
A new report from the World Health Organization challenges notions of who's at greatest risk.
Start-up founders might seem like they've got it made, but long hours, isolation, and stress put them at risk of mental illness.
Rates of physician-induced infections have plummeted in recent years, new research says. But there is still little incentive to prevent them before they happen.
How the worst apple took over the United States, and continues to spread
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After the drug was dismissed by the pharmaceutical company that developed it, a researcher started experimenting on himself with it. Powerful hallucinations ensued.
Medical researchers are getting closer to creating whole, working human hearts.