There is an expiration date for all ugly words. Is the end in sight for “faggot”?
Some celebrities bounce back from scandal; some never do. Armstrong looks like a longshot
Two cases could trigger dramatic changes in the way medications and therapies are regulated.
My daughters have never met Arizona Governor Jan Brewer — and it’s likely they have never even heard her name. That makes sense since they’re only 9 and 11. But even at their age, they’ve become familiar with Brewer’s — and …
“What brand is your therapist?” Exploring the latest marketing trend among psychotherapists.
An investigation alleges extensive child abuse in youth programs in Florida
It’s never too soon for medical students to have their first patient encounter
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The controversy surrounding journalist Naomi Wolf’s new book, Vagina: A Cultural History — an exploration of the brain-vagina connection — has brought fresh attention to the nature and neuroscience of female sexuality. …
My very first patient died — twice.
Less than a week after our White Coat Ceremony — the symbolic start of our medical education, in which we donned short white student coats in front of faculty, friends and family — I, …
New synthetic drugs are popping up at such a rate that the government can’t ban them fast enough. Maybe we should talk about regulating recreational substances instead
“Don’t get sick in July.”
This is a common refrain in teaching hospitals. It’s driven by the academic calendar: July is when the new interns — fresh out of medical school — start work. It’s also when the senior …
A closer look at the data shows that media claims about the Web making us mad might be justified in newsstand sales, but not by science