Neither method of giving birth is objectively “better” than the other.
With some advice from the CDC about your salads.
The sorta-science of I Feel Pretty.
We’re not out of the woods just yet.
It’s been six decades since the pill was approved for women. Scientists have been promising an option for men for almost as long.
A little-known off-label use for the little blue pill, which was approved by the FDA 20 years ago today.
A new review paper looked at dozens of studies on maintaining desire in long-term relationships.
All about the alternative sweetener.
New research on the science of motivation says it’s hard to keep going after reaching your personal best.
“People thought my eyes were bleeding because I’d been wearing bright red lip liner on my eyes all day.”
If and when this hits the market, it’ll be the first of its kind.
“I could feel the difference when a guy friend treated me well — or just normally.”
It’s a self-perpetuating cycle: The worse things get, the quicker we tend to grow numb.
A guide to figuring out the source of your sniffly, snot-nosed misery.
Romance is harder if you’re hungry.
Turns out the ability to digest dairy is a use-it-or-lose-it kind of thing.
All about the trendy high-fat, low-carb eating plan.
“The only time I’ve been away from my kids was when I was in the hospital, giving birth to another one.”
And more insights from the surprisingly scientific world of kid logic.