American women are dying during pregnancy and childbirth at double the rate they were 20 years ago.
Jesse Saperstein, author of “Atypical: Life With Asperger’s in 20 1/3 Chapters,” talks about his life in a Q&A.
Even if the bills don’t become law, they will be factors in some legislative elections.
This meta-analysis should be of interest to many of the nearly 1 in 10 Americans who have symptoms of depression.
This poll’s findings are good news for climate scientists, who have often expressed frustration with the public’s limited understanding of the science behind global warming.
Two cardiologists argue the issue in the Journal of the American Medical Association as JAMA launches its new “dueling viewpoints” series.
The number of people globally who are overweight has doubled since 1980, the World Health Organization reports.
In the past, if you needed services, you likely went into a nursing home. Now there are myriad options for boomers to start exploring as they plan ahead for old age.
Not necessarily, according to a new study.
The U of M study pooled data from 19 previous studies involving about 1,200 women from 10 countries.
Today’s education roundup includes the fact that Minnesota’s three largest school systems reported to the DOE no instances of bullying in 2009 and 2010.
While some boomers will head for warmer climes, many say they’ll choose to stay in their community — and near family.
Four experiments support “the assertion that low-effort thinking promotes political conservatism,” conclude the study’s authors.
Boomers are finding new ways to earn money — or simply to be productive in different, unpaid ways.
Over the past decade, prescriptions for such powerful opioids as oxycodone, hydrocodone, fentanyl and methadone have increased almost fourfold.
Our four-day series explores the impact — on both boomers themselves and the larger society — of a massive generational shift.
Currently only about 30 percent of eligible girls and about 1 percent of boys have received the HPV vaccine.
The first person reported to receive the marks was Francis of Assisi in 1224.
Lists include advice about the use of CT scans, X-rays, cardiac imaging, colonoscopies and other procedures.
Political differences appear to override even our strong innate human desire to project our visceral feelings onto those around us.