You probably can't blaze yourself to death, but that doesn't mean there's no such thing as a marijuana overdose.
Measles faces many more obstacles than the smallpox eradication effort did.
When you give a mouse a zit...
Fitness trackers allow us to peer inside our bodies, but we may not like what we see.
A timeline leading to the 2019 measles outbreaks.
New guidelines for Americans emphasize physical activity at any level.
His body hasn't rejected his new face, and he can see again
Why do the guidelines seem so contradictory, and how can we make sense of them?
A synopsis of science's pot-related findings, in honor of today's holiday
When you feel frazzled, so do your organs and cells
Chronic sleep deprivation could make some people more likely to develop an anxiety disorder.
Is there a scientific case for banning the sport?
Staring at a screen sometimes has its advantages
Treat your gut to some roughage.
Pain and nausea relief, without pot's side effects
And that's not the scariest part
The hallucinogen helped patients accept death and embrace life
That's a good trip
Scientists identified the signals in the brain that tell you to take a deep breath
Take control of your health
The recent abortion bills don't align with what health experts know about abortion safety.
Endorphins have nothing to do with it
We just need to reimagine the trip
Specializing in one sport won't turn your child into an elite athlete—and it might get them hurt.