Feelings aren’t as senseless as Americans have been led to believe.
The 2020 contenders disagree over whether the health-care system needs a major overhaul or incremental fixes.
Alex Honnold’s historic climb is too extraordinary to become a story of motivational-poster determination.
Researchers are eager to leave behind the brutal side effects of chemotherapy and radiation.
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.
The average hospitalized patient endures 350 alarms each day.
A fecal-transplant patient has unexpectedly died just as the FDA is deciding the future of the unconventional procedure.
A quarter of women in the U.S. report feeling scared during sex.
To protect a population’s health, governments might have to think beyond access to care.
Can doctors teach people how to parent?
Some chiropractors claim they can “correct” autism by manipulating the spine.
An expert on the National Health Service says the reason America doesn’t have universal coverage might be a difference in mind-set.
Humanity has added three decades to people’s life spans in the past 150 years. Science is only beginning to catch up.
Many athletes are told to think about pre-workout sex all wrong.
Cryonicists are banking on the idea that future technology will allow preserved bodies to be brought back to life.
The e-cigarette giant is relying on some awfully familiar tactics to distinguish its products.
A historian of fatherhood wonders whether the rapid embrace of consumer DNA testing will be seen as a positive development in the future.
No one wants opinions on their lunch.
For nearly a century, an oak in a German forest has helped lonely people find love—including the mailman who delivers its letters.
Evolution might have played a trick on women’s immune systems.
Training trusted adults to check in on recovering adolescents could be an important, yet overlooked, strategy in preventing suicide.