Few countries guzzle soda the way we do. Maybe the problem is us
The staff of life has become the root of all evil. Why have we demonized this humble grain?
Americans should recognize that guaranteeing paid sick days to workers would help moderate the impact of influenza and other contagious diseases
Your average kindergartner knows the proper way to prevent germs from spreading. So why won’t adults get with the program?
Getting an abortion is more difficult today than at any point since the 1970s. Is the pro-choice movement losing the battle?
One form of it may be toxic in high doses. Here’s why:
Conscientious and well-trained physicians have contributed to the crisis of opioid-pain-medication addiction
Plan B given out by the nurse seems extreme, but school-based services are designed precisely for kids who don’t have alternatives at home
Mayor Bloomberg’s campaign against formula feeding in hospitals is profoundly out of touch with the realities of motherhood
Even $3 billion is likely not enough to stop another drug scandal from happening again
The burden of bad sanitation in developing countries falls disproportionately on women
NYC’s mayor wouldn’t be trying to outlaw giant sugary drinks if we hadn’t lost all sense of a normal serving size
Novelist Alice Randall says black women choose to stay overweight, but the data proves social and environmental factors play a huge role