“We’ve had patients tell us they take 400 to 500 tablets day … They put it in a blender and make a smoothie and drink it over one or two hours.”
It has only been used in three attacks—Tuesday's attack in Syria may have been No. 4.
The Republican plan to replace Obamacare is back under discussion, but its prospects for success are no clearer than they were before.
Unlike George W. Bush and Barack Obama before him, Trump doesn’t seem to care about working out or eating healthy.
A behavioral psychologist’s trick for making healthier food decisions
The conservative governor rejected a push by the state’s Republican majority to accept federal money under the Affordable Care Act. But the fight there and in other states will likely continue.
Under the right circumstances, choosing to spend time alone can be a huge psychological boon.
The president appears to be rooting for the Affordable Care Act to fail. Here’s a guide to determine whether he’s laying the groundwork.
Can pants be so tight that they cause blood clots, or back pain?
Even with proper hydration, it may be best to run fewer than 26 miles at a time.
How some media outlets magnified the problems with a controversial new paper
The rise of faith-based counseling in America’s most Christian regions has brought the clash over religious liberties to the therapist’s couch.
Prices may rise for enrollees, but there are ways the administration can prevent that. The question is whether it will.
A study explores how Tough Mudders allow the “cognitariat” a break from the tedium of sedentary work
How “graphic medicine” is helping some students survive the bottom of the hospital pecking order
People want more medical leave, but like other perks, they prefer for it to come from companies.
With GOP leaders in need of votes, Trump reopened negotiations with the House Freedom Caucus to save the Obamacare repeal.
By scouring thousands of medications created for other conditions, a researcher wants to find pills that can help overcome addiction.
Many experts have blamed a poor job market, but new research indicates that an overlooked cause may be poor health.
According to the Heritage Foundation—which opposes the GOP replacement bill—the market should rule all and there should be Netflix for doctors.