Inside Obama's new initiative to personalize health care
If this were Clinton, wild speculation would abound.
In a unique, home-spun experiment, researchers found that centripetal force could help people pass kidney stones—before they become a serious health-care cost.
But there is one key psychological fallacy to avoid.
What we eat may be the most important issue before the country.
Always read the fine print.
A group of doctors in New York promises to cut the cost of the fertility procedure by super-specializing.
The controversial doctor could totally redeem himself.
Some see this as weakness.
A new “sports drink” stands to further confuse health-conscious consumers into buying sugar water.
Sometimes sugar causes inflammation. Sometimes it does the opposite.
A coughing spell is fueling right-wing attempts to portray the candidate as weak and frail. Her history suggests otherwise.
What do we actually know about the candidate’s health?
4,000 calories per person per day is not sustainable.
The health benefits are clear. The political benefits are newly relevant.
Connecting with people can be tough, but here are some tips.
A new anatomical understanding of how movement controls the body’s stress response system
New research shows Millennial men's well-being improved from staying at home, while women's improved by being the breadwinners.
In a new statement, the American Heart Association warns that exercise doesn’t seem to undo the health effects of excessive sitting.
The system for preventing cancer is misunderstood and misleading.
For some, the idea of avoiding aging is a more powerful behavioral motivator than the risk of melanoma.