For months I tried doing little tasks designed to improve my life, hoping they would add up to something big.
But it can’t cure addiction.
A review of the available research finds that physical punishment is significantly linked to bad outcomes for kids.
Despite decades of research, it’s still only women who deal with the daily annoyances of contraceptive medication.
Discovering genes that increase the risk of tumors is one thing—but actually using that knowledge to help people is another.
A gritty attitude seems to prevent chronic inflammation from overwhelming the body in the aftermath of trauma.
People who make videos designed to induce a tingling feeling are providing calm and support to a comfort-starved culture.
And that’s embarrassing.
Coloradans weigh whether the more liberal legal environment has freed pot users from one of marijuana’s worst side effects.
One police chief's humble solution to violence.
A team of Pakistani scientists created a phone service that could accurately point health workers to areas where the disease was emerging.
The CEO of the blood-testing company has been banned from owning and operating laboratories for two years.
And a better chance at a natural birth
"I believe in having some acceptance that things are not within your control entirely, that things can get very dark unexpectedly and you don’t have a choice."
Older people tend to give excellent advice about “the boudoir.”
Seniors are an overlooked segment of the population when it comes to talking about physical intimacy.
Our latest reader testimony comes from Jennifer: I have tokophobia and two kids. My mother and both…
Final Exit Network guides its clients in planning for death and sits with them in their final moments.
At 33, Wendy Brown stole her daughter’s name, grabbed a pair of pom-poms, lived a teenage dream—then she went to jail for it.
This reader doesn’t want to fly off the rails by getting pregnant: Thank you for Ashley Lauretta’s…
It’s convenient, but bad for the scalp. So bad it might lead to hair loss.
From the article that started this whole discussion: There are not many women who openly discuss having…
My recent piece for The Atlantic on tokophobia received a lot of email from readers discussing their own personal fears…