What’s the best way to cope with a pandemic?
Blamed for all sorts of bad behavior, a long-maligned hormone is being reappraised.
Let’s put away the airbrush and take a closer look at this person we call the “self”—and why we think it needs an airbrush in the first place.
Cannabidiol (CBD) products, derived from marijuana, are increasingly popular. Do they work, and are they safe?
Vision examines the past, present and possible future of procreation as it unfolds under the watchful eye of science.
In the face of new technology allowing scientists to manipulate genes in human embryos, how will we move forward?
The history of a small town in Pennsylvania offers a timeless lesson on the importance of social support for both physical and mental well-being.
Loneliness isn’t just about being alone or feeling friendless. It’s now recognized as a potentially fatal condition that millions suffer from.
With a glut of information at our fingertips, three authors not only discuss the challenge of determining whom we can trust but also offer some helpful guidelines.
That sports, conventionally seen as promoting health, should be deemed a cause of death raises serious ethical questions.