The entertainment industry loves disabled characters—but not disabled actors.
When was the last time you played your favorite childhood game?
Flight attendants throughout the industry can find themselves suffering from PTSD following a plane crash.
Halbig v. Burwell threatens to undo the Obamacare subsidies that millions of people in more than half the country rely on to buy insurance.
The dye gets lodged deep in the skin thanks to hungry anti-inflammatory cells called macrophages.
A new study looks at the evolutionary psychology behind ideas of sexual morality.
Opponents of the Affordable Care Act outspent Obamacare's proponents 15-to-one, but they might have been funding their rivals' cause.
Medical professionals say the device could be helpful, but patient privacy is still a concern.
Family dinners build relationships, and help kids do better in school.
“Fruity” smells red, and other associations from a new study
The politics of health and the psychology of planning for the future
People taking dopamine for Parkinson's disease sometimes begin to generate a lot of artwork. New research differentiates their expressiveness from obsessive or impulsive tendencies.
Though it's popular in other countries, the U.S. has historically shied away from giving nitrous oxide to women in labor. Now some hospitals are championing it as an alternative to epidurals.
The United Nations announced today that the global HIV/AIDS epidemic could be slowed to a trickle within the next two decades. Can it be done?
In the trade-off between more patients and more personalized care, growing numbers of physicians are choosing the latter.
It’s a complex, constantly multi-tasking network of tissue—but the myth persists.
Prevailing theories on creativity focus on methodology, or amount of practice. But new studies suggest artistic talent may be more hard-wired than we thought.
Democrats have introduced bills to undo the Supreme Court's ruling on religious exemptions for contraception coverage, as well as state laws that single out abortion services, but the legislation isn't expected to succeed.
A bereaved parent turned to Reddit for comfort. Reddit, in return, proved that online condolences can be more substantial than just "likes."