A “safe” alternative to opioid painkillers turns out to be not so safe.
Opioid addicts are turning to online forums for advice about quitting. Their conversations have a lot to teach us about drug use and public health.
Common infections such as strep throat might have a mysterious link to anorexia and bulimia.
The extremely common treatment might be causing more harm than previously thought.
Young employees want to stand up for themselves, but many don’t know how.
The Democratic presidential candidate promoted a substitute for opioids that might be more dream than reality.
History’s best marathoner has broken a mythical time barrier. But it doesn’t count as a world record.
There seems to be a key difference between self-esteem and narcissism.
Nutrition studies leave out a crucial factor.
People want to cook and eat together. Modern life has other plans.
Americans will use anything to hide alcohol.
The U.S. stopped taking STDs seriously, and now we’re suffering the consequences.
False starts and fear have kept such a drug off the market for two decades.
Teens know they don’t need clothing stores.
The senator underwent one of the most common procedures in the country.
The psychology behind a controversial trend
In a moment of national panic, what is the safest way forward?
America never really liked kale.
The opioid epidemic may be to blame for a rising incidence of illegal tree-felling.
Have you ever tried to grease the groove?
“Identity fusion” might explain why people act against their own interests.