Netflix’s new docuseries doesn’t flinch at the danger that cheerleaders regularly subject themselves to.
Ten years after a seminal paper laid bare psychology’s white, affluent, Western skew, not much has changed.
China’s attempt to curb a viral outbreak is a radical experiment in authoritarian medicine.
When a woman picks up a pair of scissors, she also picks up a trope.
Treatment at a military hospital can leave you tens of thousands of dollars in debt—and hounded by the federal government.
A new book lays out the case for pharmacological solutions to relationship problems.
The science of adapting to cold weather could change treatment of inflammatory diseases, insomnia, and trauma.
In last night’s Democratic debate, the senator tried to sell the idea that a health-care plan’s cost is a mark of its ambition.
Herbert Fingarette once argued that there was no reason to fear death. At 97, his own mortality began to haunt him.
At the Consumer Electronics Show, the only solution for technology-induced stress is more technology.
Whatever happened to the anti-alcohol movement?
Making you sweat is just the beginning.
The feature looks likely to fill gaps in care—and to further draw users into Facebook’s ecosystem.
The average delivery now costs more than $4,500—even with insurance.
U-Haul is the latest American company seeking more control of its employees’ lives.
New research supports the idea that economic distress led to an increase in opioid abuse. But some say the origins of the epidemic are far more complicated.
CBD was just the beginning.
The congressman has spent his life on fights that defined an era. Now, as a cancer patient, battle metaphors no longer apply.
What is the ideal temperature for sleep?
Don’t let the 2010s fool you.
It used to be easier to hide your wine cave.