This Thanksgiving, have your mashed potatoes and eat them too.
Warning to five companies, including a Google-backed firm
Widespread implications if true
It’s a fine line that divides the healer and the sick — and learning to walk it will be one of my greatest challenges in becoming a doctor.
As if the new cholesterol guidelines needed more controversy, the BMJ reported that the chair of the panel responsible for the new advice, which many see as favorable to the cholesterol-lowering drugs known as statins, had …
To prepare for a potential pandemic of avian influenza caused by H5N1, the Food and Drug Administration approved the first vaccine boosted so its doses can provide stronger immune responses against the flu virus.
Too much time in front of the television can blunt young children’s ability to accept and understand others, says the latest research.
For starters, could one man really father more than 500 children?
As gift-giving season approaches, TIME asked developmental psychologists to pinpoint playthings that actually stimulate the brain.
Today is the Great American Smokeout, the day that the American Cancer Society hopes will be the first smoke-free day for more smokers.
The teenage co-editors of a new book about boys’ social dynamics talk about what they aren’t telling the adults in their lives with author Rosalind Wiseman
Author Rosalind Wiseman on how high school guys can navigate the treacherous shoals of love, sex and loyalty in an era of casual relationships