How Obamacare's insurance mandate is playing out in one unhealthy county
Why providing women more options to control pregnancies is in the interest of everyone
As they polish their resumes and rack up extracurriculars, today's young people have forgotten how to love, some argue.
If transparent competition can drive the reinvention of U.S. healthcare, some creative thinkers stand to become unabashedly wealthy—and improve the quality of care in the process.
A new guideline says the procedures do more harm than good.
An ex-Trader Joe's exec's plan to reduce food waste and feed the hungry
For at-risk Alaskan students, a seven-week hiking and canoeing program offers the rare chance to experience security, a full stomach, and a positive outlook on the future.
Teens isolated in prison can suffer from mental health consequences for years.
Surprise: The Supreme Court hasn't defined "conception" in a new ruling on religious freedom.
With proper training and guidelines, physicians could determine who is fit to carry a gun.
When one writer suggested that guns can be regulated without anyone's rights being infringed, he lost his job. Dick Metcalf told his story this morning to a skeptical crowd.
Creativity is contingent on willingness to be judged. At some point, many people lose that.
The best education enables artistic voice and creative habits of mind.
It was probably legal. But was it ethical?
Oscar, an insurance start-up, aims to not crush the policyholder's soul.
A pill that revolutionized reproductive rights in Latin America is now gaining ground on the black market in South Texas.
Pediatricians are trying to gently shape child-rearing styles so that kids living in poverty have a chance to succeed.
So-called "safe harbor" laws may help, but they overlook the vast number of teen runaways who use their bodies as their only form of currency.
A new study theorizes that animals can turn off "sickness behaviors" in different social contexts.
A very short book excerpt