New research casts doubt on the trendy diagnosis of "hopelessness."
A new report concludes that deaths from suicide, alcohol, and drug use continue to increase.
A new analysis finds a stark metric for the health-depleting stress of Americans who felt left behind—and who saw Trump as a possible savior.
A new study finds thoughts of our mortality can make us more generous.
It turns out the benefits of light to moderate drinking might have been exaggerated.
Many mental illnesses and addictions are more heavily associated with premature deaths than heavy smoking, yet we tend to be less aware of their risks.
Given the opportunity, most doctors would turn down almost every form of intervention available.
Salt is back in the news. Cut back on your intake, scream the so-called experts. But wait just a minute. Decades of science show that consuming less sodium might be more harmful to our bodies than consuming more.
New psychological research suggests the shared threats posed by a changing climate may bring people together in a common cause.