Personifying certain drugs as evil while calling opioid users “victims” points a glaring spotlight on drug policies that aren't really about public health.
A new extension suggests that you follow people you don't agree with. Will this help pop your bubble?
Research on five million runners shows that working out with a friend pushes you harder and longer.
'Deep learning' AI should be able to explain its automated decision-making—but it can't. And even its creators are lost on where to begin.
Stanford University is offering medical trainees a real-time virtual tour through heart defects.
Luck doesn't receive enough credit.
A new study finds LSD — a Schedule I drug with "no medical value" — to be therapeutically beneficial.
This could have potential therapeutic applications in anxiety and trauma.
Revenue from tattoo removal services have increased 440% over the last decade. How can we learn to live with regret?
The cognitive boost of taking testosterone supplements has not been substantiated — but let’s face it, most men aren’t seeking a better memory when popping testosterone pills.