Thomas Szasz, the father of the anti-psychiatry movement, has died, but his legacy lives on
Health & Science
Music can lift your mood and give you a relaxed focus, but it decreases your performance on cognitively demanding tasks
Now that the conventions are over, it’s time to put some real issues on the debate agenda
Patient error can lead to unnecessary and risky treatment
We did big things before. We can do them again.
Conceived in violence, raised in neglect and shame, children born of rape in other countries have become a lost generation
There has been a dismaying breakdown in consumer trust, not only in the products we buy but in the government we assume is regulating them
The “forcible rape” canard has been around for a while. The problem is in trying to police the kind of trauma that merits the right to an abortion
Critics argue that wireless communication is a poor substitute for social interaction, but our wired world gives voice to the quieter half of the population
Bees are getting all the attention, but bats are equally deserving of our sympathy
Mayor Bloomberg’s campaign against formula feeding in hospitals is profoundly out of touch with the realities of motherhood
Lead, BPA, you name it. Some of the most harmful chemicals still on the market are in your garden hose.
Want to absorb information without even knowing it? Researchers have unlocked the secrets of implicit learning