As if doctors weren't already giving out ADHD medication like it's candy, now they literally can.
Siddhartha Mukherjee's new book, 'The Gene,' delivers a sweeping history of genetics—from the cockamamie ideas that preceded the birth of the field to a striking picture of what the future holds.
This makes keggers a little more depressing.
Uncovering the truth hiding in your DNA can lead to some major privacy conundrums.
Mixing drugs and romance can lead to startlingly different outcomes.
A new bill could make access to help a lot more effective in the US.
Major Misty Posey wants to make female Marines stronger, one pull-up at a time.
Pot creams and soaks are exploding, but does taking a bath in weed water have any real benefits?
It's not good enough to just put your phone away in your bag.
We asked some experts if you can avoid becoming joyless buzzkills with the right approach.
We spoke to Dr. Mark Bolstridge, a clinical psychiatrist searching for alternative and unusual treatments for depression.
For Type 1 diabetics, restricting insulin is like a magic bullet for weight loss. But the consequences can be devastating and deadly.
Every night, I listened to a recording of my own voice repeating: "I will sleep so deeply tonight; I will have a restful night and wake up feeling awake and alert."
Some people just have "extreme overvalued beliefs," apparently.
Games are great escapes, but they're not medicine. At best, they're like using ibuprofen to treat a head injury.
Recently, scientists have been working out whether grass and trees could be used to treat depression and anxiety.
We meet the outspoken advocates for New York's medical marijuana program urging lawmakers to improve the system's restrictions and provide better coverage for patients.
"I don't know if guys should have to pay for a girl who's using an expensive pill for reasons other than contraception. I mean, if I had some bowel condition, would they be paying for my treatment?"
Brutal incidents like a couple being lit on fire by apparent crack thieves suggest things could get even worse in a state known for its heroin woes.
After compiling more than 20 years of research, psychologists have concluded that members of frats are deeply adverse to both alcohol education and intervention. They just want to keep drinking.
We find out how one mom is getting around New York's medical marijuana restrictions to get the strong dose of cannabis oil she needs to help treat her daughter's severe epilepsy.
May 20, 2016
Robert Young has been fascinated with staving off death since he was a toddler.
I tried to hate them by chain smoking, then I tried to ditch them with acupuncture, hypnotherapy, and some weird herbal things. I still smoke.
We asked an expert whether any of the clichés surrounding abortion rates are true.