But they take two different forms.
Officials say they face a public-health emergency, and believe a batch of the opioid may be tainted with an elephant tranquilizer.
The Food and Drug Administration now recommends that all blood banks test for the mosquito-borne virus.
Putting things off is a habit, but it doesn’t have to be meaningless.
Jason Hernandez of Fort Worth, Texas, talks about the demands of his job.
The health benefits are clear. The political benefits are newly relevant.
A study in mice looks at the risks of vaginal infection.
To curb harassment in care facilities, one woman is teaching staff members to respect their elders’ sexual orientations.
Arlette Stevens Castaño talks about her experience treating survivors and working with police in Tucson, Arizona.
How pharmaceutical price hikes and high-deductible plans create a perfect storm for people who need life-saving medications.
Health officials announced Tuesday new reports of virus transmission in the state.
The many obstacles trans men and other transmasculine people run into when feeding infants
Bad holidays with a spouse can start to feel like a broken promise.
Machine learning could train software to spot verbal tics associated with schizophrenia, depression, and bipolar disorder.
Most elite athletes are unusual in some way. So why does Caster Semenya alarm spectators more than Michael Phelps?
“We expect women to be primarily responsible for child care. When men ‘help out’ they get brownie points,” —…
Exposing people to what they fear—even in virtual reality—is an effective way to overcome phobias.
New research shows Millennial men's well-being improved from staying at home, while women's improved by being the breadwinners.
New research has found evidence the mosquito-borne virus can adversely affect cells necessary for replenishing damaged neurons.
Scientists are beginning to understand how Zika replicates and spreads within the womb, but they still don’t know how the virus manages to get there in the first place.
After the Olympics, both winners and losers are prone to emotional crashes.