There’s a scientific reason hair can be so difficult to smooth.
Americans eat a narrower variety of foods for breakfast than anyone else. It doesn’t have to be this way.
Silver-infused linens may kill microbes, but there’s no way to avoid doing your laundry.
They’re not the only ones at fault.
The substance’s sudden ubiquity might make it seem perfectly legal. Federal law enforcement sees things differently.
Today’s subscription services cover toilet paper, dog toys, and furniture. But what is lost with convenience?
In the open-plan office, wireless headphones are the new cubicles.
No one knows what shoes to wear to work. Silicon Valley has an answer.
The brain appreciates beauty. But not always.
But they’re not giving up booze just yet.
The procedure is expensive and invasive. So why is it sold with jokes?
It’s time for leafy-green justice.
A candid picture from the star could benefit millions of Americans who suffer from a chronic skin condition.
Targeted advertising has turned the platform into the best and worst place to buy stuff online.
A new clothing line from the retailer Anthropologie portends more options for an underserved market.
America is finally embracing an ingredient that much of the world has relied on for millennia.
Dogs can act like illness psychics.
Brands that promise to cater to authentic womanhood still leave out a lot of women.
The resignation of FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb could stymie efforts to get young people off tobacco.
Fertility-clinic start-ups are trying out cute Instagram ads and other social-media-friendly tactics to reach young, anxious patients.