Inside Obama's new initiative to personalize health care
A report that the Trump administration plans to define gender based on the appearance of infants runs counter to developmental biology and individual privacy.
It’s hard to steer clear of a scandal these days. Or is it?
The fall of a prominent behavioral scientist tells of a system where research is judged not on merit, but on the attention it gets.
The famous psychologist and his daughter swear by a regimen of eating only beef. Restriction can provide a sense of order in a world of chaos—but at what point does restriction become a disorder?
Some reassuring context for a study that warns there is “no safe level of alcohol consumption.”
A new study exonerates dairy fats as a cause of early death, even as low-fat products continue to be misperceived as healthier.
Canada’s marijuana legalization offers lessons for the rest of the world.
The EPA administrator’s apparent taste for fancy lotion will become more expensive if his agency continues to undermine efforts to address the planet's warming.
The new law has a catchy name, but it will only make it more difficult to know if medication is effective or safe.
A new study proves that half of people are correct. The other is also correct.
A superlative evaluation of physical health becomes a failed test of character.
The CDC finally gets people interested in lettuce.
For a position that demands high-level policy expertise, President Trump appointed his personal physician, Ronny Jackson.
The psychological effects of realistic simulations could be dangerous.
People willing to discuss regulations on sex-related media should conceivably be open to discussing further regulation of firearms.
Stories of gray areas are exactly what more men need to hear.
The cognitive test that Trump passed was neither thorough nor difficult.
It is best not to diagnose the president from afar, which is why the federal government needs a system to evaluate him up close.
Beyond “fetus” and “transgender”
Paying more for environmentally harmful foods may be inevitable.