Chores are the worst.
The phrase caught on in the 1970s and is now so common as to be a cliché — but it's still as confusing as ever.
Walnuts? Brazil Nuts? DEEZ NUTS? What's going to do your body the most good?
Passing single-payer means disrupting health insurance for 160 million people who get coverage through their jobs.
A higher alcohol tax would save lives, prevent crime, and mostly affect excessive drinkers.
Tyler Hilinski, a quarterback at Washington State, killed himself in January and was posthumously diagnosed with CTE. His brother is a star recruit at the same position. It's raw and complicated.
An Outside the Lines analysis of 16,000 routine food-safety inspection reports covering 111 pro sports venues found that, at about 28 percent of the venues, half or more of their food service outlets incurred one or more high-level food-safety violations.
Susan Potter’s remains were frozen, sliced, and photographed. The result: a virtual cadaver that speaks to medical students from the grave.
In Dover's Amish community, families are working with doctors and researchers to save a young girl's life.
CEO Greg Glassman believes his program could end chronic disease — and he wants doctors to help him.
To search for the life expectancy in a certain place, just type in an address. Hover over the result, and the map shows how the neighborhood compares to the county, state and the country.
"The biggest downside I had with GOMAD were the farts, man."
The struggling tobacco farmer, battling a changed industry and failing health, knew he'd fallen behind on payments. The letter just spelled out the specifics. Johnny Angell was 73 days late and owed more than $880,000. If he and his wife Sharon didn't pay up by March 15, Farm Credit would begin foreclosure proceedings on the couple's 364 acres of land.
Amid an opioid crisis, police and strangers with cameras are posting raw images of drug users passed out. For those whose bleakest moments now live online, life is never the same.
What Big Pharma knows about people’s hardwired instinct to reciprocate when given a gift
Becoming allergic to meat turns your life upside down. Known as alpha-gal allergy, the condition dictates what you can eat and wear, how you relax and even which medicines are safe. Is research finally starting to catch up?
Atul Gawande has the backing of Amazon, JPMorgan Chase, and Berkshire Hathaway. Will that be enough to get the reforms the US needs?
"I had so much energy and nowhere to go."
Unsurprisingly, it's not great.
Like many wellness trends devoted to improving the aesthetics and overall performance of the vagina and the area surrounding it, vaginal lightening is often attributed to the widespread prevalence of internet porn.
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