An ode to the neon orange powder.
First, attack monopolies. Second, replace patents with prizes.
Stories are contagious and more powerful than we think. They can feed back into our physiology in ways we continue to misunderstand.
No doctor could figure out why I was in chronic pain. In the meantime, I struggled to let men get close to me.
The New England Journal of Medicine posted a pair of images on Twitter showing the effects of "repeatedly gazing into the laser beam." It's not pretty.
When he pulled out the bubble gun, we knew it was all over.
Four years ago, the Italian photographer Fabio Moscatelli met a boy named Gioele through a mutual friend, and he embarked on a lifelong friendship. Gioele has autism, and communication isn’t always easy, but as he passes from childhood into adolescence, he continues to develop a shared language with the photographer. In addition to Moscatelli’s photographs, …
Among young people and around the world, rates of this painful illness are mysteriously trending upward.
A pending lawsuit alleges immigrant children housed at one facility were held down and forcibly injected with drugs, rendering them unable to walk, afraid of people and wanting to sleep constantly.
"It's the first step towards a future where a broken connection between mind and body doesn't have to be permanent."
In the basement of a funeral home in Colorado, yogis—and acupuncturists, massage therapists, and anyone else looking for a better understanding of human flesh—can sign up to study and dissect a donated corpse. Here’s what they learn from the dead.
On Monday, the World Health Organization published the 11th edition of its International Classification of Diseases. Amongst the many changes found within, one notable change is the inclusion of a "gaming disorder."
"Our results paint a picture of substantial social stratification in psychological health among American adults," the authors of a new study write.
Many of us have been tempted to pop these bad boys like candy, but as this video makes clear, that is a no-good idea.
I was shaken and transfixed in the aftermath of the shootings at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Like most of those in the United States, prevention was on my mind.
After eliminating antibiotics important to human medicine from its chicken for pizza last year, the fast-food chain is now expanding to cover side orders, too.
The silent shame of having a mental illness in a Chinese family.
As employers add jobs at a furious pace a decade after the 2008 financial crisis, the workforce participation rate still hasn't recovered. And now researchers think they know one reason why: the opioid crisis.
So much for quieting your inner narcissist.
These silicon-based, prosthetic "livingskin" look so very similar to the real deal.
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