Inside Obama's new initiative to personalize health care
When dealing with opinionated family members, how much alcohol is too much? Has anyone’s stomach actually burst from eating too much? Why am I apparently unable to digest entire kernels of corn?
The story of antioxidants and highly colored foods involves as much marketing as science.
Progressive advocates have been urging people to give up K-Cups for years.
After 40 years, millions of procedures, and billions of dollars, doctors are questioning whether a common procedure is doing more harm than good. How much does heart disease depend on a patient’s state of mind?
After years of silence on his sexual orientation, Kevin Spacey issued a bizarre statement on “choosing to live as a gay man” while apologizing for alleged child molestation.
Find the right environment, and very little effort is necessary.
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