Research suggests that conditions in the workplace might be to blame.
Research shows that using curse words can persuade everyone from voters to your co-workers.
Ben Taub Hospital is surrounded by water, and an evacuation attempt failed Sunday night.
How Harvey compares to Katrina, in terms of lethality
Being out of work seems to hurt health, but so do jobs that are stressful and unrewarding.
“Medicare for all” is a popular idea, but for Americans, transitioning to such a system would be difficult, to say the least.
The startling results of a new study that asked white nationalists what they really believe
A sociologist explores how racists paint themselves as the innocent ones.
Some studies show being overweight leads to a greater risk of death; others show it doesn’t. Here’s what’s really going on.
The region is falling behind the rest of America in life expectancy and infant mortality, a new study finds.
A lack of sleep might be contributing to racial disparities in diseases like high blood pressure and diabetes, particularly for women.
And for giving every police officer naloxone, the drug that reverses overdoses
A new study complicates the trope of the stupid bigot.
A study suggests time-saving services like meal delivery and housekeepers boost life satisfaction—for the purchaser, of course.
A new CDC report suggests that domestic violence is a major cause of death for women.
Several studies suggest the opioid crisis might be at least partly the result of widespread unemployment.
An intriguing new study has provoked the right-wing blogosphere, but this line of research presents more questions than answers.
A new report shows why American health care performs so poorly compared to its rivals—and suggests the Obamacare replacement proposals aren’t the way to fix it.
The kitchen, the bedroom, and other places should be off-limits to devices, says psychologist Sherry Turkle.
A consulting firm recruits people on the spectrum for their focus and problem-solving skills, but some adjustments are required.
Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, on persuading anti-vaxers, predicting the next outbreak, and working with Trump.