Is a tax on sugar-sweetened beverages an admirable way to improve public health, or a regressive measure that hurts the poor? The left is divided.
Old but only recently published research increases a concern that when it comes to nutrition, personal beliefs can trump science.
Can you figure out what is wrong with a 38-year-old man who suffers from fevers, aches and night sweats after traveling to the mountains of Colorado?
A number of new programs and businesses encourage an internship-style approach to help women and men get back to the workplace after a career break.
Like most doctors, I had never received any training on the care of prisoners. So when Michael came to my clinic, I was unprepared.
New research shows that giving a child a “two-minute warning” before turning off a video game or TV show does not make it easier for a child to turn away from a screen.
My mother’s idea of a good home-cooked meal consisted of au gratin boxed potatoes, canned tuna fish, or maybe some Franco-American Spaghetti0s.
The New York Times is offering a free mobile app for the popular Scientific 7-Minute Workout and the new Advanced 7-minute Workout.
Is “biohacking” just a fad? Or can data-driven diets help us become an improved, happier species?
When man’s best friend gets too fat, that pet becomes a potential fitness aid for its owner.