New York Times
Updated: 9 min 11 sec ago
For people with disabilities and their families, the battle for accessible toilet facilities has been going on for decades.
A diet that’s too low in sodium may actually increase the risk for heart attacks and stroke.
The magnitude of relief did not reach the level the researchers defined as clinically effective, little different from drugs like aspirin.
Should children be fitted for hearing aids and taught to speak, or should they use sign language? Or a combination of both?
A romantic breakup or divorce is a traumatic event. Some runners channel that into running better, faster or longer.
Letting babies cry themselves to sleep doesn’t harm parent-child attachment, a new study finds.
Thousands of women claim talcum powder caused their ovarian cancer, but research into a potential link has produced mixed results.
Neighborhoods designed for walking may decrease the rates of overweight and diabetic people by more than 10 percent, a new study concludes.
Repeated studies have found no clinically significant differences between results from cholesterol tests done on a full stomach and those done after fasting.
More than a million children as young as 8 are serving as caregivers to family members.
Look for your passion? Be true to yourself? That’s not what Confucius would say.