A psychiatrist has some advice on how to work with difficult colleagues.
Look, we're not doctors or anything, but there are a few common culprits that might be behind your constant sleepiness.
We eliminated measles in the US in 2000. Somebody should tell the measles. Because even though the virus has no permanent home stateside, it keeps getting in — more and more, it seems.
Cancer doctors are overworked retire early, and attract fewer recruits than other specialties, leaving the rising cancer-patient population vulnerable. Here’s what must be done.
For $100,000, Valeant purchased the right to say that it was working hand in glove with the Wilson Disease Association.
The administration's rejection of the science on chlorpyrifos, widely used in California's Central Valley, means its use will continue — and Latino residents are worried their children's health issues will worsen along with it.
The land of choice has more limited options when it comes to contraception.
Climate change is altering the environment in ways that increase the potential for viruses like Zika.
Want to live longer? Reduce your risk of cancer? And heart disease? Then cycle to work, say scientists.
It's a nightmare scenario straight out of a primetime drama: a child-seeking couple visits a fertility clinic to try their luck with in-vitro fertilization, only to wind up accidentally impregnated by the wrong sperm.
Verily's Project Baseline seeks to establish what "healthy" is.
Study records what appears to be the first evidence for mind-opening state experienced by users of LSD, ketamine and psilocybin.
If two friends have several mutual connections and one is an avid runner, the other will likely pick up the habit.
Noise-induced hearing loss is forever, and it sucks, but there are solutions out there.
"The fancy gym made me feel like a prodigal child who had finally found asylum in a sexy, peaceful, lavender-scented country like Sweden."
"Move fast and break things" doesn't work when those "things" are research procedures, laws of science, and human bodies.
Steven Pete does not — and has never — felt pain. Pam Costa feels it constantly. A genetic link between them could help researchers turn pain on and off.
Florida's anti-opioid laws were supposed to take high-level traffickers off the streets. Instead, they put low-level users in prison for most of their lives.
A mysterious kidney disease is striking down laborers across the world and climate change is making it worse.
The short answer is that it depends widely on both the vegetable and the cooking method.
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