Women’s costs are higher, and they live longer, yet Obamacare will charge men the same for health-insurance premiums
A demographer explains how we will adjust to the coming changes in our population
Evidence that smoking in public places endangers the health of others is weak, even while the argument against smoking is strong
Why do mainstream mental health professionals give so little attention to the question of gender differences?
Trying to engineer hot weather out of existence in an age of man-made global warming is indefensible
The decision of the American Medical Association (AMA) to classify obesity as a disease is great news for the pharmaceutical industry, as it is likely to increase pressure on the Food and Drug Administration to approve more …
Lactation activists alienate new moms with their all-or-nothing approach, leaving most women to figure out a way to combine breast milk with formula on their own.
The agenda of Michael Pollan and his ilk is far removed from the needs and concerns of everyday Americans
Emergency contraception is not “the abortion pill.” Like other forms of birth control, it prevents fertilization in the first place
The awful horror of Gosnell will disappear not as a result of legislation or trials, but easy access to pharmaceutical options for abortion
The Supreme Court should rule that genes can’t be patented
With all the alarmist reports about a rise in rates, we’d be wise to remember that it’s a developmental disorder, not a symptom of societal ills
We use financial incentives in many areas of life for a simple reason: they work. Why not with teen pregnancy?