Inside Obama's new initiative to personalize health care
People labeled “smart” at a young age don’t deal well with being wrong. Life grows stagnant.
General Mills will phase out “artificial colors and flavors” from all cereals while continuing to market sugar flakes to kids as “breakfast.”
Most Americans do not understand SPF ratings, or how sunscreen is supposed to work. But they do care about “anti-aging” effects.
Another study in the news: Just eat some of the things.
It's quite possible to live and date in New York without a smartphone.
How not to give a second thought to this week’s misbegotten body-image trend
The FDA announced today that certain oils are no longer recognized as safe.
School lunches, including chicken nuggets, are notoriously unhealthy. They don't have to be.
Imagine a world where everyone sleeps well, because no one sleeps together.
Eating based on what is "natural" offers little but sanctimony.
What is it about sweaty, 105-degree yoga that makes people feel intensely alive?
Carrying around a coffee cup full of hot meat stock is somehow cool.
Why tonsil removal appears to decreases a person's risk of cancer
Taller does not mean healthier. It's more likely the opposite.
A questionable medical treatment is becoming popular.
How to break tendencies toward social comparison
How much of a good thing is too much? In this case, 16 cups per day.
Making peace with Exploding Head Syndrome and the need for explanations
Two experimental trials bode well for gaining control of the hemorrhagic viral disease.
The Daily Show protégé's controversial tweets illustrate how some kinds of bad humor can't survive.