Research suggests some are seeking out painkillers when what they really need is Prozac.
In a field that has been dangerously slow to adopt standardized care practices, one influential obstetrician has pushed things forward with common sense.
Concerns about “fan death” in Korea are unfounded, but persist because of the power of belief.
The Congressional Budget Office’s damning report on the party’s replacement for Obamacare stunned some GOP lawmakers. They shouldn’t have been surprised.
In an assault in Montana, two very different ideas of masculinity
It depends on your state and what it decides.
People with preexisting conditions could face sharply higher costs in some states if the legislation was enacted, the Congressional Budget Office reported Wednesday.
The virus showed up months—or even years—before anyone realized it was there. And Miami proved to be the perfect gateway into the U.S.
The region’s cuisine has a complex history of violence, adaptability, and innovation.
Several studies show beneficiaries of the program are more likely to be obese. But the answer is not to cut benefits, some academics say.
Harvard’s Dana-Farber Cancer Institute has said it will not host its annual gala at the president’s Mar-a-Lago property. Though it won’t say why.
I knew that I could not be a healthy mother to any child if my depression and anxiety were not being treated.
A guide for those on the fence
The story of a decades-long lead-poisoning lawsuit in New Orleans illustrates how the toxin destroys black families and communities alike.
The administration’s contentious new order risks dealing a blow to one of America’s most successful global-health campaigns.
If the parents are picked up by immigration authorities, what happens to their kids?
Incensed by attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, several Democratic physicians are planning to run for office.
Uncovering the link between early trauma and lifelong illness
We’re a long way from Gilead, praise be, but pollution can hurt fertility.
New research from Harvard and Columbia says gluten does not cause heart disease. Why is that even a question?
A generation of parents are revealing some advantages of the condition, even when their children don’t share the diagnosis.