A new report says there have been no significant changes in prevalence of obesity in the last decade.
The American Chemical Society breaks down the hot sauce in a video.
Three minutes of the game reduced cravings by 24 percent in a recent study.
A conversation with Lucia McBath, mother of Jordan Davis
Two billion people worldwide already eat 1,900 insect species. The United Nations hopes that one day Americans will, too. What would it take for that to happen?
A plant-based diet can lower your blood pressure, according to research released today in a major medical journal. Should we really stop eating meat before starting medication?
Arkansas nearly found a compromise on Medicaid expansion. But now that deal is on the ropes, and that could be a very bad sign for proponents of expansion in other red states.
The United States has long condemned opiates and stigmatized those who use them, even when the drugs were as legal—and popular—as Tylenol.
Why navigators benefit everyone
A third of American children are growing up in homes without their biological fathers.
Professional burnout is the sum total of hundreds and thousands of tiny betrayals of purpose, each one so minute that it hardly attracts notice.
Inside the increasingly common practice—and business—of female masking
Anti-gay prejudice is significantly linked to earlier death.
Most adoptions in the U.S. today are open; I’m taking the opportunity to create a big, loving—if complicated—family.
Living in an urban area might mitigate the effects of loneliness, a new analysis suggests.
Slavery, the value of chastity, and laws that favored men all made it difficult for women to find justice during the chaos of war.
Swedish engineers have invented an air bag for your head.
Scientists and philosophers argue that human beings are little more than puppets of their biochemistry. Here's why they're wrong.