It’s time for leafy-green justice.
Just how expensive do prescription drugs need to be to fund innovative research?
The lack of a standard labeling system can lead to confused doctors and worse care.
After waking up with a searing pain that radiates down to my shoulders, I hunt for the culprit.
A candid picture from the star could benefit millions of Americans who suffer from a chronic skin condition.
Including more women and girls in research could transform scientists’ understanding of the condition.
Targeted advertising has turned the platform into the best and worst place to buy stuff online.
Some would-be parents who might have inherited the fatal gene want their doctors to keep secrets—even from them.
Without paid sick leave, workers who are quarantined for health reasons face job loss and worse.
The biology of mental illness is still a mystery, but practitioners don’t want to admit it.
A new clothing line from the retailer Anthropologie portends more options for an underserved market.
A $20 million study seeks to answer a vital question: What should people eat to protect their brain?
Doctors’ bills play a role in 60 percent of personal-bankruptcy filings.
America is finally embracing an ingredient that much of the world has relied on for millennia.
In recent years, surging numbers of infants have gotten minor surgeries for “tongue tie,” to help with breastfeeding or prevent potential health issues. But research suggests many of those procedures could be unnecessary.
Dogs can act like illness psychics.
They actually just keep their opinions to themselves.
The science is clear: Indoor vegetation doesn’t significantly remove pollutants from the air.
Brands that promise to cater to authentic womanhood still leave out a lot of women.
Typhus, tuberculosis, and other illnesses are spreading quickly through camps and shelters.