Inside Obama's new initiative to personalize health care
Physicians rarely agree on anything as strongly as they do that the Graham-Cassidy health-care bill is harmful.
For the anxiety of letting the world down, a grounding technique
Research on the mysterious ways that ALS destroys the nervous system highlights the role of the immune system in doing both good and harm.
A note on the false dichotomy between prevention and treatment
A technique to prevent dehydration during a natural disaster, or at other times
Why the science of healthy eating appears confusing—but isn’t
Flooding means health issues that unfold for years.
A newly discovered risk associated with common energy and metabolism pills
Attacks on Americans in Cuba are calling attention to how inaudible sound waves can alter moods and perceptions.
A sports commentator was reassigned from a football game at the University of Virginia based on his name—provoking howls of outrage.
Despite warnings, Trump gazed directly at the eclipse.
What is the lowest-risk route of cannabis administration? (Please don’t come at me with a vape pen.)
Something doesn’t add up.
Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier resigned this morning, citing “a responsibility to take a stand against intolerance and extremism.” The president quickly attacked him.
Pets don’t actually make people healthier, according to a new analysis. Ability to own a pet does.
The Trump administration has withdrawn a proposed requirement to screen drivers for a condition that causes them to spontaneously fall asleep.
With one dietary change, the U.S. could almost meet greenhouse-gas emission goals.
A calm assessment of risk
Exclusion leaves the military weaker and the country more divided.
John McCain is being urged to persevere based on strength of character, a quintessentially American approach to thinking about health.