Perceived lack of treatment stigmatizes meth abuse, particularly among LGBTQ people; while the medications aren't a cure-all, they present a step forward.
A new study found that 54 percent of anti-vaccine ads came from just two major anti-vax groups. Meanwhile, Facebook's efforts to regulate "political" ads have led them to remove scientifically accurate, pro-vaccine posts.
Plenty of research suggests that taking vitamin supplements isn’t helpful unless you’re working with your doctor to address a specific deficiency.
A study of over 18,000 Americans found that despair increases in your 30s and could be leading to an increase of "deaths of despair."
This week in science: sharing a womb with a twin brother could affect women's behavior, humans might be able to detect the Earth's magnetic field, and these bears do something we didn’t know bears could do.
This week in science: a new approach to brain stimulation for hard-to-treat depression, and how parents could inadvertently be encouraging their kid's anxiety.
Everything from our genes to our psychological makeup can affect our sensitivity to physical pain.
The study, which purportedly showed chocolate can aid weight loss, was covered around the globe.