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 …
People of her generation can neither change the past, nor completely escape their roots in it
Computer are great for information that won’t change, but a brain is better at connecting facts with other facts and acquiring layers of meaning
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In the immigration reform debate, we talk about pathways to citizenship, but we almost never discuss the destination of those pathways
Their successes make the case not for abandoning affirmative action but for continuing it
TIME teamed up with Lean In to ask famous dads to write open letters to their daughters. In honor of Father’s Day, we want to know: what’s the best thing your dad has ever told you? Tweet us using #LettersFromDad.
Beautiful, tall, skinny girls provoke a lot of emotion in people, none of which is ever sympathy. But a bill that just passed the New York legislature is aimed at protecting this rare species of human. Known in legal-speak as
Scattering the remains of your loved one—legally—can present something of a challenge.
We’re upset about the government tracking our communications, but we willingly hand over much more sensitive information to a handful of huge corporations
Is Edward Snowden a traitor or a whistleblower? We need a better legal framework to figure that out.