Domestically and abroad, people of faith are far more likely to give time and money to charitable causes than are secular people
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Ebola’s early symptoms look a lot like the flu or malaria. What are US doctors doing to distinguish Ebola from other diseases?
A boost for a little-used but widely effective method of contraception
For the first time, a major medical organization takes a stand on rampant overuse of opioids for treating back pain, headaches and migraines
In light of recent news about domestic violence, looking back at a 1964 study that extols its benefits
What to do about docs who smoke, drink, and tan
Should your doctor reveal their positions on contraception and whether they accept money from drug companies?
Fatal overdoses of prescription drugs are on the rise, but patchwork laws make them tough to stop
If you’re diagnosed with cancer and you live, you’re graced with a label that’s meant as an honor: “Survivor.” And yes, surviving cancer is a powerful experience...
Some 200,000 people have died in Syria’s ongoing civil war—and there’s no end in sight. But it’s the impact on those who make it out alive and injured—often...