A new study has proved that we spotty people will have our day.
"Before my surgery, when a guy didn't call or text me back, I assumed it was because of my flat chest. Those days are over."
"You can't just go down there, drop some money, do a photo-op, and come back," Rahul Jandial says about doctors who travel to hospitals in poor countries.
What will I do with this column and my Twitter account if the sadness doesn't end? Do I keep writing about the experience of living with depression and anxiety, and exploring the nuances of sadness forever?
We spoke to the director of medical virtual reality at the Institute for Creative Technologies to learn how gaming hardware is helping with PTSD and more.
From the outside, the repurposed slaughterhouse looks like a newly opened art gallery. On the inside, you're met with 10,764 square feet of pristinely renovated supervised injection site.
A manic episode is like a frenzied bukakke party in my head, and I'm all the participants at once.
VICE explores the therapeutic potential and psychological risks that come with the emerging world of virtual reality gaming.
Trump calls medical treatment for bomb suspect a "sad situation," George H. W. Bush reportedly plans to vote for Clinton in November, North Korea says it's preparing to launch a satellite, and more.
Your doctor thinks it's pneumonia, but no, it's cancer.
"The change in dietary advice to promote low-fat foods is perhaps the biggest mistake in modern medical history."
Hillary Clinton returns to the campaign trail, Florida police have arrested a suspect in the mosque fire case, Apple has already run out of its iPhone 7 Plus, and more.
UPDATE: Oh wait, no, he actually did.
"I don't think he could keep up," the vice president said Monday.
We know from a century of prohibition that cutting down the supply of a desired drug tends to encourage stronger, shadier alternatives.
Obama will veto a bill that would allow families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia, Hillary Clinton says she didn't think her pneumonia would be "that big a deal," the NCAA responds to North Carolina's "bathroom bill," and more.
"I think her lifestyle and her underlying indicators—blood pressure, the amount of exercise, the everything else—means it's almost certain she's in better health than her opponent."
Conspiracy theorists have been accusing Hillary Clinton of concealing illnesses from the public, and she responded by... concealing an illness from the public.
"I think they're going to be good. I feel great. I'll be releasing very, very specific numbers."
Teenagers are smoking far less and drinking alcohol at almost half the rate as they were in 2002.
Helaina Hovitz had just started seventh grade in Lower Manhattan when the planes struck the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
A deep dive into one of the scariest injuries you can possibly get during sex.
The laws around producing and distributing medical weed haven't been determined yet and could still take over a year to decide.
In a recent survey of 1,000 women, 44 percent were unable to identify the vagina on a medical illustration of the female reproductive tract.