On May 10, 2019, Twitter user @skxllcity posted a seemingly earnest tweet alerting the masses about a potential side effect of depression and anxiety: memory loss. The tweet received more than 170,000
When Ben Packard met with the 16-year-old girl a little over a year ago, she was a patient at Seattle Children’s Hospital, where she’d been admitted after trying to kill herself. Her parents were distraught.
It wasn’t until this year, at the age of 26, that I started to seriously consider the idea of just...doing nothing. Since I was very young I’ve known I didn’t want kids, but in their place, I pursued MA
We live in very stimulating times. The non-stop bombardment of information and indulgences that is modern life has transformed us into needy, pleasure-addicted thrillseekers! That’s the conceit the proponents
It’s estimated that over 26 million people have taken a "direct-to-consumer" (or DTC) genetic testing kit, like 23andMe or AncestryDNA, and that number is likely to climb to 100 million by the end of year.
Rebecca King can’t remember exactly what happened the day she overdosed, in spring 2015. But she remembers well the three months beforehand: the days her anxiety confined her to her dorm, the nights destroyed
When I’m off the clock, I make a concerted effort to be as unreachable as possible. I’m not logged into my work email on my phone, I don’t bring my laptop home, and I forget how to read on a nightly basis,
In 2006, neuroscientist Adrian Owen and his colleagues reported what happened when a woman stuck in an unresponsive state was asked to imagine playing tennis. Her brain showed a pattern of activity nearly
When Leslie Driggers Hoard entered Providence Memorial Hospital in El Paso, Texas in 2012, she felt prepared for the birth of her first child. “It should have been the happiest day of our lives,” she Hoard
Since 2005, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., once a well-respected environmental activist, has become better known as a vaccine “skeptic,” making a series of increasingly lurid and unfounded claims about the supposed
Lee Tilghman, an influencer better known as “Lee From America,” has built up a following in the hundreds of thousands with her wellness-oriented content. Think: ads for products like charcoal and collagen
California became the first state in the country to require its public universities to provide medication abortion on campus after Governor Gavin Newsom signed the “College Student Right to Access Act,”
Amid record rates of sexually transmitted infections, the Trump administration is handing out millions of dollars in federal funds to religiously affiliated health centers that don’t believe in condoms
I don’t know any teens, so I have not been able to confirm or deny how realistic Euphoria’s depiction of the zoomer/zennial (sorry) High School Experience is, although I have my suspicions that showrunners
Brent Blue has been practicing medicine in Jackson, Wyoming, for 38 years. At his family medicine and urgent care practice, he also provides abortions. As of July 1, each time he performs an abortion must