Anxiety is normal, but too much can be crippling. An author and anxiety sufferer discusses the nature of crippling anxiety and what people can do about it.
A look at important medical, health and science headlines for the week of March 19.
Many people sing badly and think they’re tone deaf, but a surprisingly low proportion of them truly can’t tell one note from another.
As St. Patrick’s Day approaches an expert discusses why hangovers occur and what might work to prevent them and recover from them.
A look at important medical, health and science headlines for the week of March 12.
Some FDA commissioner candidates have proposed radical reform. Experts discuss what reform might look like and what the FDA needs to better succeed.
Many people have questions about their bodies that seem so silly, they never bring them up with their doctors.
A quick look at important medical, health and science headlines for the week of March 5.
Primary care doctors can treat opioid addiction in their offices using drug substitution therapy potentially erasing the stigma of getting treatment.
Doctors are taking what they’ve learned in hand transplants, especially in nerve regeneration, and applying it to eye transplant development.
A quick look at important medical, health and science headlines for the week of February 26.
Experts discuss new federal rules regarding the use of antibiotics in food animals, where the majority of US antibiotics are consumed.
A major new study shows hearing loss is decreasing in the US. Experts discuss why hearing loss is declining and caution against complacency.
New studies show rather than keeping kids away from peanuts to protect them, parents should give most infants peanuts from an early age.
Music thanatology is a specialized practice of playing harp music for the dying. A practitioner of the art explains how there is also science to it as well.