The Future of Health-Care Technology Is Already in Your Pocket
An app designed at Johns Hopkins is saving patients' lives—and the hospital thousands of dollars.
Is the Secret to Solving the Opioid Crisis More Opioids?
Medication-assisted treatment in Rhode Island's prisons is preventing overdose deaths among the recently incarcerated.
Even Apple Investors Are Worried About Smartphone Addiction
Two of Apple's largest investors called on the tech giant to take smartphone addiction more seriously. Research shows they're right to be concerned.
Just Breathe: Can Mindfulness Help Heal Our Wounded Soldiers?
Can mindfulness help heal our wounded soldiers?
Can a Simple Google Trends Algorithm Beat Wall Street?
Can a simple Google Trends algorithm beat Wall Street?
Reduce Food Waste by Removing Plastic Trays From Cafeterias
The best way to reduce food waste in cafeterias? Take away diners’ plastic trays.
Help Others to Help Yourself: High School Students Benefit From Volunteer Work
Getting teenagers off of the couch can be difficult, but the benefits are undeniable.
Bias Seen Even in with Canada's Universal Health Care
Canada may have universal health care, but to get an appointment, it still helps to be upper crust.
Who's Happier on Valentine's Day? The Single or the Hitched?
How we feel about romance has everything to do with the relationship we’re currently in (or not in).
The Tyranny of Today: Not Who You Were, Nor Who You'll Be
Making sense of who we were, and who we’re likely to become.
Pediatrics group: Let teens have birth control for when they need it
The American Academy of Pediatrics says docs should pre-prescribe Plan B birth control to girls under 17.