GOP Governors John Kasich of Ohio and Rick Snyder of Michigan urge lawmakers to protect the Medicaid expansions they say are working in their states.
Curfews, sports, and understanding kids’ brain chemistry have all helped dramatically curb substance abuse in the country.
$460 million will go toward developing vaccines that prevent outbreaks like Ebola from taking the world by surprise.
A reader who works in biotech responds to the TAD question, “What is a common and/or annoying…
A project that tried to reproduce the results of 50 landmark papers turned into an arduous slog—and that’s a problem in itself.
A proposed linguistic change could temper a cultural obsession with body weight.
Both mainstream and alternative doctors help patients avoid or delay vaccines. Trump’s rhetoric might empower them further.
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Is there a danger in governments offering too-specific advice on sugar consumption?
A reader revives our series with a rare perspective we haven’t heard from yet—a lesbian couple struggling to conceive: …
A questionnaire from the president-elect’s transition team asked whether the extraordinarily successful PEPFAR had become a “massive, international entitlement program,” and whether it was worth the investment.
Age can’t keep these senior track and field athletes from the finish line
Instead of an “acid trip,” she took an “acid errand.”
The House approves a budget resolution granting Congress the authority to scrap most of the health law with simple majority votes.
Dream Obama is a bro, a messiah, and a flirt. He’ll probably fix you breakfast.
She won’t be the last.
Maybe, but there’s not much Obama could have done about it.
A surprising genetic connection has autism researchers wondering if they can borrow from cancer’s medicine cabinet.
Just over a year after they were discovered in China, bacteria that can fend off colistin are being found all across the world.
Janalynne Rogers shares her experience with electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), often called “shock treatment”—but it’s far less crude and…
A new project could help protect patients by showing how microbes move throughout hospitals.