And it’s all our fault.
The agency is addressing the widespread suffering caused by the crackdown on opioids—the result of predictable misapplication of its guidelines.
The world’s oldest conspiracy theory is being revisited by a man practicing the ancient Indian religion of Jainism, who claims to have seen two suns.
There are more measles cases in New York right now than in the widely publicized outbreak in Washington state.
The drug, esketamine, is a new kind of antidepressant for people who haven't responded to other treatments.
California's first-ever surgeon general Nadine Burke Harris is spearheading a movement for the state to become a leader in tracing adverse childhood experiences, or ACEs, to the onset of physical and mental illness.
Support for “Medicare-for-all” is becoming a front-runner topic among Democratic presidential candidates. But the phrase is being used to describe multiple policies.
Only a small percentage of people who survived an opioid overdose in West Virginia received some form of addiction treatment in the next year, according to a new analysis. Experts say the findings underscore a national disconnect.
Rather than remembering what we ate, we scroll back to look at all the images we took of the food. This can have serious consequences.
Negative emotions can trigger or worsen a wide range of conditions like acne, hair-thinning, and psoriasis.