It’s not meant to be comforting, but somehow it is.
Many programs require liver recipients to be six months sober, but that policy may funnel organs away from the people they’re most likely to help.
Corn lurks in so many surprising places, from table salt to apples to IV bags.
The same neural system could map both the physical and conceptual worlds.
Can marketers rebrand capitalism for young Americans?
Insights into the little-studied realm of last words
The story of Dr. Rapp
In a series of emotionally charged group therapy sessions, convicted batterers reflect on the beliefs and attitudes that underlie their behavior.
Cannabidiol-infused foods won’t get you high, probably won’t cure your anxiety, and are very likely illegal. On the plus side, they still taste good.
A new study shows that gender-nonconforming kids who go on to transition already have a strong sense of their true identity—one that differs from their assigned gender.
A terrifying argument that cannabis causes homicides sparks a debate over whether the drug is more dangerous than its criminalization.
A controversial set of guidelines aims to help men grapple with “traditional masculinity.”
Wellness gurus on the platform often claim authority on nutrition—but science doesn’t back them up.
What it’s like to be too big in America
“Beautiful messes” have a certain allure.
Time-saving kitchen gadgets have always come with a compromise.
People with positive “affective presence” are easy to be around and oil the gears of social interactions.
Don’t rub the money directly on your face.
By growing cells in unrealistic liquids, they may have inadvertently skewed the results of their experiments.
New Year’s resolutions are the perfect opportunity for consumer brands to remind you of all the ways you could be better.
For those with poor verbal and motor control, traditional intelligence exams can be a faulty way to measure real cognitive ability.