Fighting spirit, grit, heart: researchers say that they may all be within our reach with just a zap of electricity to a …
Women are turned off by sexually explicit images in advertisements. Unless, that is, the item being advertised is very precious. And valuable. And rare. Like, maybe, a once a year type gift.
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
Seven cases of a rare form of meningitis were reported on Princeton University’s campus. Here’s what you need to know.
New guidelines could double the number of Americans on cholesterol-lowering drugs. Here’s what you need to know.
It’s flu season, and the best way to keep influenza viruses from making you sick is to keep your hands clean. But do you need to invest in pricey hand sanitizers to avoid the sniffles?
Creating the annual flu vaccine involves marrying chicken eggs and a wily influenza virus that is among the fastest-changing bugs around. That’s why researchers are adding new flu strains to the annual shot, and giving us more …
Even after death, Brooke Greenberg will lead researchers closer to the fountain of youth
Diagnosed with a mysterious condition that prevented her from aging, Brooke Greenberg was old enough to drive but lived her life in a crib.
A filmmaker with multiple sclerosis hopes an app he developed will help fellow wheelchair users make cities like New York more accessible.
Real-life stories of former smokers’ health problems provided the motivation smokers needed.
How marijuana contributes to weight loss — and a reduced risk of diabetes; researchers zero in on the first genes associated with postpartum depression; and ADHD in childhood may be linked to obesity later in life. These are the stories making health news this week; for more, visit TIME Health & Family.
Researchers say that a blood test may soon identify which pregnant women are at highest risk of developing postpartum depression, so they can seek treatment that could control their symptoms.