I now had two children, but was only just beginning to understand what it means to be a parent.
Nurses spend 16 hours on the phone, medications take months to arrive, and patients suffer as they wait.
New evidence suggests that meat wasn’t the key to dramatic cerebral growth.
But they’re not giving up booze just yet.
The earliest versions of the classic carb circles might have been more like hard pretzels, and entirely unsliceable.
A woman with a rare condition gave birth to three babies: one last month, and twins four weeks later.
Alerts about classroom reading have been accused of weakening America's college students. But they might not do anything at all.
Though they share the same DNA, the Pearson twins’ disability has manifested in different ways.
The procedure is expensive and invasive. So why is it sold with jokes?
People are tweeting more about feeling embarrassed, and many of those tweets refer to the president.
There’s a benefit to keeping your internet friends close, and your internet adversaries closer.
It’s time for leafy-green justice.
Just how expensive do prescription drugs need to be to fund innovative research?
The lack of a standard labeling system can lead to confused doctors and worse care.
After waking up with a searing pain that radiates down to my shoulders, I hunt for the culprit.
A candid picture from the star could benefit millions of Americans who suffer from a chronic skin condition.
Including more women and girls in research could transform scientists’ understanding of the condition.
Targeted advertising has turned the platform into the best and worst place to buy stuff online.
Some would-be parents who might have inherited the fatal gene want their doctors to keep secrets—even from them.
Without paid sick leave, workers who are quarantined for health reasons face job loss and worse.
The biology of mental illness is still a mystery, but practitioners don’t want to admit it.