Inside Obama's new initiative to personalize health care
Harvard’s Dana-Farber Cancer Institute has said it will not host its annual gala at the president’s Mar-a-Lago property. Though it won’t say why.
New research from Harvard and Columbia says gluten does not cause heart disease. Why is that even a question?
Egg cartons have become canvasses for a fantastically and purposely complex lexicon. Here’s a guide to the words that are actually worth paying attention to.
A debate on the nature of expertise in mental health could decide three people’s lives, and many more to come.
The most comprehensive review of evidence on health consequences of caffeine use has just been published.
Plant proteins called lectins are an emerging source of confusion and fear.
Facebook Messenger's automated notification for new friends could use some help.
Why calorie counting is almost useless and often misleading
The booming dietary-supplement industry is plagued by outlandish claims, undermining credible science, and seeding confusion.
A behavioral psychologist’s trick for making healthier food decisions
Even with proper hydration, it may be best to run fewer than 26 miles at a time.
Thinking more effectively may mean thinking more slowly.
In a bid to save his father, a physiologist is helping explain why being thin doesn’t guarantee metabolic health.
Professional organizations are speaking up.
The proposed health-care bill has a different name for penalizing uninsured people.
Strategic blending can delay hunger.
Health and architecture are coming together in promising ways. But the luxury market is based on dubious claims.
Why it may never be possible to recommend that everyone take a supplement—as much as people want to believe