In Baltimore and other segregated cities, the life-expectancy gap between African Americans and whites is as much as 20 years. One young woman’s struggle shows why.
Social rejection can fuel violence, but only if the perpetrator has access to a deadly weapon.
Democratic presidential candidates paint insurers as the health-care bogeymen, letting providers off the hook.
Moving the whole country to public insurance could result in two tiers of health care. In fact, it did in Brazil.
There might be a simple explanation for why edibles make some people so paranoid.
Inside the mind of a psychologist who helps determine whether parents are “good enough” to keep their children
Your mood might have a big influence on the type of companionship you want.
Their reasoning shows how far women’s rights have come since the late 1800s.
There might be a hidden link between seasonal sniffles and mood disorders.
Even the best-informed patients—physicians—don’t always follow medical advice when it comes to their own treatment.
In a nationwide first, New Jersey will allow paramedics to initiate buprenorphine, a medication that can treat opioid addiction.
On the second night of the Democratic debates, the former vice president suggested, puzzlingly, that he would jail insurance executives.
The 2020 contenders disagree on whether the health-care system needs a major overhaul or incremental fixes.
Americans waste time and money filling out paperwork and repeating tests in the doctor’s office. A small Baltic nation has found a better way.
A quarter of women in the U.S. report feeling scared during sex.
An expert on the National Health Service says the reason America doesn’t have universal coverage might be a difference in mind-set.
Evolution might have played a trick on women’s immune systems.
A new study throws cold water on hopes that more liberal cannabis policies could stem the opioid epidemic.
Women frown on the Ann Taylor aesthetic, but there’s an upside to basic.
Sites such as Hers offer to send pills directly to women to help them feel better—and prettier.
Despite the pressure to have it all, many workers still feel they are failing both in the office and at home.