Drinking habits are changing, and vintners are exceeding tasters' expectations with new options stripped of their alcohol
The FDA and CDC recently recommended new boosters to target the Omicron subvariants. Here’s what you need to know about them.
After decades of merely assisting doctors, are sophisticated machines ready to take charge?
The United States recently declared the monkeypox outbreak a public health emergency. Here’s what you need to know about the disease
Covid long-haulers experience a litany of symptoms, and researchers have proposed a variety of theories to explain them
Scientists have come up with at least four explanations
After some success on rats, researchers are hopeful this device could provide humans a more targeted and less addictive alternative to opioids
Scientists conducted human and mouse studies to find the skin bacteria responsible for the draw
The parasite’s complex biology played a role in the delay, but experts say there was also a lack of urgency and funding
According to the study, children who played team sports had fewer mental health difficulties than those who didn’t play sports
The drug's initial successes have upended what many neuroscientists know about the brain and mental illness
A Stanford researcher shares what she’s learned about the ways climate change affects mental health and offers practical advice
Our brains weren’t built to do public health calculus like this, but following a few pieces of advice from the experts will help as you weigh your options
Medical professionals are embracing the technology to help patients deal with PTSD, anxiety disorders and more
Ancient humans may have evolved to slumber efficiently—and in a crowd
Aseel Rawashdeh's inexpensive larvicide kills disease-spreading species and spares beneficial ones