A new CDC report suggests that domestic violence is a major cause of death for women.
Anthony Ruffin’s personal mission to place the most vulnerable people living on the street in housing
The practice, long-popular in Japan, is gaining traction in the U.S. as a way of harnessing the health benefits of being outdoors.
A crucial Senate vote to begin the health-care debate is set for Tuesday, but it could fail.
To cut down on the burdensome costs of non-emergency medical calls, Memphis is taking an experimental approach to health care.
John McCain is being urged to persevere based on strength of character, a quintessentially American approach to thinking about health.
Senator John McCain’s glioblastoma diagnosis revives a longstanding debate over the safety of wireless technology.
The president bought some more time for the Republican health-care effort, but he hasn’t changed any minds yet.
Several studies suggest the opioid crisis might be at least partly the result of widespread unemployment.
The anxious can often find a supportive community through tweeting, but the nature of the social media site can exacerbate symptoms.
With a few tweaks, the fungus behind bread and beer could become a simple, low-cost cholera detector.
My quest to identify where amoxicillin’s taste came from—and why it inspires such nostalgia
A polarizing debate about a reversible cause of dementia
An honest question
Smuggling experts say the president needs to listen to the people who understand the complexities of security and drug policy.
A new report shows why American health care performs so poorly compared to its rivals—and suggests the Obamacare replacement proposals aren’t the way to fix it.
Two Republican critics of Mitch McConnell’s proposal are vowing to block it from even coming to the floor. One more opponent, and it’s dead.
The revised Senate bill would keep more of Obamacare’s taxes while allowing insurers to wiggle out of its regulations. Will Republicans go for it?
A new vaginal incubator is half the price of traditional IVF and could be more acceptable to Catholics. Will it revolutionize access to fertility medicine?
When at least three GOP senators demand bipartisan talks instead of a one-party approach, Mitch McConnell’s proposal will collapse for good. Until then, it still has a chance.
There are so many ways to die.
Rhode Island is poised to be the fourth state in 2017 to ban the damaging practice.
An ethics group stresses the importance of including the disease’s most vulnerable population in clinical trials.