Access to insurance isn’t erasing race- and class-based health disparities.
Anthony Ruffin’s personal mission to place the most vulnerable people living on the street in housing
Why the science of healthy eating appears confusing—but isn’t
CAR T-cell therapy turns the body’s own immune systems against cancer with genetic engineering.
Cyclic vomiting syndrome is on the rise among adults, and marijuana use may be partially to blame.
Flooding means health issues that unfold for years.
It’s hard to organize a busy life so that it has enough room for deep friendships, but there are a few strategies that may help.
Ben Taub Hospital is surrounded by water, and an evacuation attempt failed Sunday night.
Long-term damage from Hurricane Harvey could create more breeding grounds for the insects.
How Harvey compares to Katrina, in terms of lethality
Health-care hearings next month will mark the first effort at collaboration between the two parties, even as the Republican repeal push sees one last gasp.
A newly discovered risk associated with common energy and metabolism pills
Being out of work seems to hurt health, but so do jobs that are stressful and unrewarding.
The Anna Karenina hypothesis says that every unbalanced microbiome is unbalanced in its own way.
Advances in technology only help if patients will use them, and the evidence shows that oftentimes, they won’t.
The U.S. is sitting on one of the largest data sets on any animal group, but most of it is inaccessible and restricted to local agencies.
Attacks on Americans in Cuba are calling attention to how inaudible sound waves can alter moods and perceptions.
Many struggling dieters actually suffer from binge eating disorder, and could manage their condition—and lose weight—with the help of a psychologist.
An initiative reunites transplant recipients with their former organs for education and therapy.
Despite warnings, Trump gazed directly at the eclipse.
“Medicare for all” is a popular idea, but for Americans, transitioning to such a system would be difficult, to say the least.
People have done it for centuries. Maybe everyone still should. An Object Lesson.