Forget Adderall. Forget Provigil. Eric Matzner says his nootropics will make your brain sharper in weeks.
Telling women to “always negotiate” might be bad advice, a new paper suggests.
Even if he thinks they don’t
Several of Trump’s cabinet nominees have been outspoken critics of using embryonic stem cells and fetal tissue in research, and now some scientists fear the worst.
One man’s mission to make college admissions sane (and fair) again
Trump supporters in southern Pennsylvania say the Affordable Care Act has been a letdown. Here’s what they’d like instead.
A scientist’s findings suggest there’s no evidence to support mandatory abortion counseling that warns women about the negative mental-health impacts of abortion.
A new pair of studies show why—and where—American life expectancy has grown worse in a generation.
Studies show that for most types of cognitively demanding tasks, anything but quiet hurts performance.
That’s more than before the law was passed.
A single dose of magic mushrooms can make people with severe anxiety and depression better for months, according to a landmark pair of new studies.
In 2012, the newly appointed HHS secretary claimed the ACA’s contraceptive mandate trampled on religious liberties and helped literally no women.
Long-term fasting is hard. Is it also dangerous?
Under the new president, states might become a patchwork of abortion rights, and many women won’t be able to afford to reach clinics in time.
Before the law, which Trump has said he would repeal, health insurance was cheaper for a few, but outright unattainable for many.
Trump’s most fringe supporters found a voice—and an audience—on mainstream social media sites.
Despite predictions to the contrary, Trump won among conservative women and evangelicals. Abortion may have been a major factor.
The health law’s unpopularity might help explain why so many upper-middle-class people voted for the Republican.
Hearing discriminatory comments changes how people think.
The Republican nominee has dismissed his misogynist speech as “just words.” But multiple studies show rude rhetoric can have a major impact on thinking, stress, and self-esteem.
He said she was oversensitive. She said his constant criticism was tantamount to emotional abuse.