Inside Obama's new initiative to personalize health care
While the United States faces an epidemic of narcotic addiction, most of the world dies in pain.
Not everyone wants to be reminded of calories when trying to get directions.
What is the common thread between objections to gay Boy Scouts and female Boy Scouts?
When others might go to prison, powerful people go to rehab.
It is unclear what they do—but they likely play a central role in aging and disease.
If guns aren’t a problem, why does the U.S. have so many more shootings than any other country?
The secretary of health and human services has left amid a scandal of opulent travel while championing spending cuts.
Despite failed votes, Obamacare is being dismantled internally.
As Trump grieves for the passing of a more violent NFL, the league's players demonstrate a new ideal of manhood.
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.