Couples who do IVF are often faced with the agonizing question of what to do with their leftover embryos: discard them, give them to research, leave them in storage indefinitely—or let them find a new home
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Women’s costs are higher, and they live longer, yet Obamacare will charge men the same for health-insurance premiums
The problem isn’t a tech titan posing like a supermodel. The problem is a powerful woman being unwilling to own up to her ambition.
The brain can get by on less energy when you overlearn a task
Group singing has been scientifically proven to lower stress, relieve anxiety, and elevate endorphins
Infertility hasn’t risen, but baby anxiety has
As we age, the brain‘s processing speed begins to slow, and memory may sometimes slip. But there are other ways that our mental powers grow as we get older. In the current issue of the journal Psychological Science, researchers …
Expectant moms need to ask more questions and do more research
Will environmental ethics overcome logistical challenges?
Face-lifts may make recipients look slightly younger, but not more attractive. That doesn’t mean people should stop getting them
This small Latin American country is now on the forefront of global drug policy reform
A demographer explains how we will adjust to the coming changes in our population
As the second MLB doping scandal shows, there are not enough disincentives to play clean in the first place