The disorder is as mysterious as it is smelly.
Desperate for therapies, parents of kids on the spectrum are sinking thousands of dollars into footbaths, detoxifying diets, and psychics.
Every piece of content you click on is also a chance to practice being present.
But there is one key psychological fallacy to avoid.
A simulation shows how the incentives of modern academia naturally select for weaker and less reliable results.
Heather Bresch will tell lawmakers the life-saving drug isn’t as profitable for the company as everyone thinks.
The benefits of counseling get murky when millions of viewers crowd the therapist’s chair.
It happened to Marie Antoinette; Mary, Queen of Scots; and me. Is there a scientific explanation?
What we eat may be the most important issue before the country.
Can the gene editing technique redeem the reputation of engineered crops?
A new survey finds half of all the guns in the United States are owned by just 3 percent of American adults.
Jennie Dear has an evocative piece for us examining the scant evidence that scientists have so far about…
Recent setbacks in states’ exchanges show just how hard it is to make treatment both affordable and widely accessible.
Is that even possible?
People are smarter than some psychologists would have us think.
Always read the fine print.
Parents are going where scientists fear to tread to calm their children’s autism and epilepsy symptoms.
On living with mosquitoes in the time of Zika
“Parents in every culture at a given moment think they’re doing the optimal thing for their kids.”
The Democratic nominee has been sick since the beginning of September but is “fit to serve as president,” her doctor writes in a new letter.