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.
Scientists think they can re-create marijuana’s active ingredients with brewer’s yeast.
Their worries about mental health might have a bright side.
“Intuitive eating” encourages people to eat whatever they want. It might be great advice.
I can’t stand cucumbers, but I’m ready to change if I can.
The high-end retailer Barneys New York is inviting a very, very select clientele to celebrate cannabis culture.
There’s a reason Millennials will spend $50 on one.
For many, it barely matters anymore.
In New York City and beyond, health departments are stopping restaurants from dosing customers with cannabidiol.
Instagram has closed the beauty gap between celebrities and regular people.
A Klan hood has always been a Klan hood. Everyone in the South knows that.
In extreme cold, people are lucky to have shelter. But staying cooped up for days can do strange things to your brain.
Silicon Valley’s food-centric productivity hacks can be dangerous even for people who don’t practice them.
How do owners—and fans—cope with celebrity animals’ later years?
America’s wonkiest fruits and vegetables have ignited a food war.