Forget Adderall. Forget Provigil. Eric Matzner says his nootropics will make your brain sharper in weeks.
How a low dose of electrical current is helping some patients overcome tiredness and cognition problems
The journalist’s comments suggest gay men enjoy sex with children—an idea that has been widely debunked.
Some people are taking steps now to prepare for a life without death.
Radical longevity may change the way we live—and not necessarily for the better.
I've tried creams, wands, and almost got surgery. Now, a new treatment is on the horizon.
Some are skipping the protest and sticking by the president, “alternative facts” and all.
A series of recent journal articles highlight the crucial role foreign-born doctors, some of whom are threatened by Trump’s immigration orders, play in the U.S. health-care system.
Multiple studies suggest social conservatives are more attuned to threats—even when they are not real.
Conservatives are more likely to support issues like immigration and Obamacare if the message is “morally reframed” to suit their values.
Medical students from the seven banned nations may never get to practice in the U.S., where many would have worked in underserved areas.
I spoke with the man who helped resettle refugee families like mine to learn why the president’s new restrictions on Muslims entering the U.S. is such a major departure from the past.
With the collapse of the country’s health system, Syrians are already dying of treatable diseases. Now, none of them have a hope of making it to the U.S.
The fear of immigration raids can harm children’s brains and health, potentially for life.
Some Trump supporters are willing to lie about his inauguration attendance to preserve their ideological identities. A new study explains how curiosity can help resist reflexive partisanship.
Taking a page from the anti-abortion lobby, pro-choice groups are pushing proactive legislation at the state level.
Why Republicans like HHS nominee Tom Price are emphasizing “universal access” over “universal coverage”
For people sick of high deductibles, Republicans offer high-deductible plans as replacements for Obamacare.
How reporters around the world cover leaders hostile to them
Both mainstream and alternative doctors help patients avoid or delay vaccines. Trump’s rhetoric might empower them further.
Instead of an “acid trip,” she took an “acid errand.”