Inside Obama's new initiative to personalize health care
Why it may never be possible to recommend that everyone take a supplement—as much as people want to believe
New evidence says leaving bullets inside of gunshot victims could cause mental deterioration.
Two prominent medical centers are hosting fundraising galas at the Trump resort this month, drawing protests from doctors and patients.
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We asked a time expert.
The resurgent ritual of mocking people for crying is a suboptimal source of social validation.
The term has been weaponized.
Every night, set aside “the amazing hour."
A proposed linguistic change could temper a cultural obsession with body weight.
A meaningful diet resolution might be to eat more sustainably.
When men actually began to be diagnosed as “hysterics,” doctors searched for a cause. They found a chemical that may be on the rise again today.
New research estimates that if all physicians were female, 32,000 fewer Americans would die every year.
The American medical system requires dangerous feats of sleep deprivation. It doesn’t have to.
Should you drink more coffee? Should you take melatonin? Can you train yourself to need less sleep? A physician’s guide to sleep in a stressful age.
The ethanol in kombucha has some regulators concerned about the popular microbial drink.
As fermented products become a health fad, questions of regulation arise. One man is fighting back.
Trump’s new secretary of health and human services intends to make life better for physicians.
Lessons of physical prosperity in a despotic regime
Food and relationships still matter.
Leaders are stoking human tendencies toward tribalism—but this instinct can be overcome more easily than once thought.