In Seoul, streets are quiet and surgical masks are flying off the shelves. Four South Koreans have died from the viral illness.
The Food and Drug Administration is considering today whether to approve a pill that would increase sexual desire in women much like how Viagra works in men.
The state legislature in Florida is stuck in a fierce battle that could be a preview of what’s coming for other states.
Filmmakers Josh and Benny Safdie discuss the unusual approach they took to making this film, which is based on Arielle Holmes’ memoir.
David Gerfast and his family are fighting cancer with an old-fashioned ship captain’s bell and high-tech proton beam radiation.
When it comes to buying eggs, there are many options. We get an egg-buying tutorial from an expert.
Almost a year after a scandal rocked the Veterans Affairs administration leading to a $15 billion infusion to fix the problems, long wait times and limited access to care remain unsolved.
Some adults in Oregon with developmental disabilities are paid as little as 25 cents an hour – well below the minimum wage.
The retail giant is asking its suppliers in the U.S. to treat farm animals better, and give them fewer antibiotics.
A new gene technology is so powerful, it’s sparking debate about whether humankind should tinker with its own gene pool.
The state legislature has voted against continuing a program that’s credited with reducing teen pregnancies and abortions.
Donna Holland Barnes, president of the National Organization for People of Color against Suicide, discusses why, and what can be done.
The suicide rate among young black children has nearly doubled over the last two decades, even as it declined for white children.
The White House’s Pollinator Health Task Force has released a strategy to help improve bee habitat and health.
Rather than pay for a costly new drug, many insurance companies require patients to try cheaper alternatives first.