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Classifying heavy internet use as medical addiction leads to bad policy and inferior patient care.
But she sure did anyway!
How is bleaching food better than letting homeless people eat it?
It's pretty obvious that the 4'8" William Colon didn't pose a serious threat to any of the 8 cops on-scene.
A new GOP bill would benefit gyms and gym goers, but few others.
The positives of legalizing weed would outweigh the negatives, a study found.
After years of being blamed for weight gain and metabolic issues, zero-calorie sweeteners and the drinks they flavor are being absolved.
"This is a disruptive innovation, which is why you're seeing protectionist policies being put into action."
Epidiolex shows great promise in relieving two severe forms of epilepsy.
History shows we have everything to gain from knowing more about our bodies.
Chances are, you already know what you need to do to be healthier.
Global study goes against the grain on fats, fruits, and dietary dogma
Bad news: Most of us have got to eat less to live longer
FDA decided not to decide whether snus can be marketed as the first safer-than-cigarettes product.
Who wants to live to be a 100? Someone who is 99 years old. Especially if he feels like a 25 year-old.
After adjustment for confounding variables, the association between marijuana use and adverse neonatal outcomes disappears.
Has the entire U.S. Olympic team fallen for the superstition of cupping?
Does Michelle Obama know the DNC is a "food desert"?
A handful of experts weigh in on a survey of nutritionist and consumer perceptions.
Over the past century, the prospects and circumstances of most of humanity have spectacularly improved
"Addiction rewires your brain like falling in love does," says Maia Szalavitz, author of "Unbroken Brain."
Rich men average 12 years longer; rich women average 10 years more.
The New York Times Says Working in Nail Salons Causes Cancer and Miscarriages. The Evidence Says Otherwise. (Part 3)
The final in a three-part series on how Sarah Maslin Nir's investigative series violated the standards of responsible journalism.
The Economics Nobel Laureate worries that crony capitalism will kill off economic growth
A far-fetched conspiracy theory says a lot about alternative medicine advocates and their tenuous relationship with reality.