Forget Adderall. Forget Provigil. Eric Matzner says his nootropics will make your brain sharper in weeks.
In eight counties in the state, people can expect to die younger than their parents.
A quarter of Americans have preexisting conditions. The AHCA might change their lives forever.
How immigration and cultural values affect what people do with their faces
His emotional monologue underscored the importance of personal stories in protecting health care.
The light in me honors the light in you, but it is also extremely busy.
The author of a new book explains the science behind the cringeworthy feeling—and how to overcome it.
A lab has successfully gestated premature lambs in artificial wombs. Are humans next?
Pollen can cause inflammation that leads to impulsive, fatal behavior, researchers say.
… but it seems to work better if you’re a man.
A new study finds that as the jobless rate rises, so do drug overdoses.
Conservative health-care analysts on why the GOP couldn’t come up with a stronger replacement for Obamacare
A new study finds that mortality from heart attacks is higher on days with major races.
Poverty tends to dampen test scores, but new research suggests people with hard upbringings can sometimes outperform their more-privileged peers.
Incarceration can sometimes reduce mortality—but only when life on the outside is worse.
Social isolation kills, and in the process it makes it harder to reach out to others. A psychologist explains how to break the cycle.
The psychology of how voters assign responsibility for policy failures
The vice president—and other powerful men—regularly avoid one-on-one meetings with women in the name of protecting their families. In the end, what suffers is women’s progress.
Prices may rise for enrollees, but there are ways the administration can prevent that. The question is whether it will.
A study explores how Tough Mudders allow the “cognitariat” a break from the tedium of sedentary work
There’s a simple psychological trick that might change people’s minds.