A list of the occupations most likely to attract psychopaths consists of interesting observations, but no clinical diagnoses.
Some people just need to be eased into it.
Fecal incontinence is common after bariatric surgery. Don't make fun.
Another way we're making sure people have end-of-life care directives
The social and biological factors that affect a voice's gender
They are nicer to strangers than their own friends and family.
Compared to glucose, fructose doesn't do as well at telling our brains we're full.
Yes, to some degree, having a higher BMI has been associated with a lower risk of death. But interpreting a new study to mean anything more than that, and precisely that, is dangerous.
Role-playing video games can foster social behavior, too.
Try not to panic -- inadvertent swallowing of everyday objects happens much more often than you'd think.
In some cases, a simpler explanation for the link between pot and psychosis
Researchers have already safely injected stem cells into patients with neurodegenerative diseases and spinal cord injuries -- and they've seen the potential to vastly improve lives.
Learning from the body's internal "food clock"
In a world of no weather, and pixel-perfect bodies, female avatars are disproportionately bare.
What happens when you combine cocaine, thermal imaging, and Christmas spirit
Despite widespread quality assurance and safety measures, so-called "never events" occured on average 4,082 times each year between 1990 and 2010.
Japan is dominating longevity.
Got (just the right amount, not too much, but not too little) milk?
A promising treatment for clinical depression that works like a club drug has passed its first round of testing.
In the era of constantly rethinking screening exams, researchers are exploring the time-honored bimanual exam.