Children are behind in social skills and struggling with emotional health, counselors say. They suggest eight ways to help.
The myxoma virus, fatal to millions of Australian rabbits, is a textbook example of the unexpected twists in the evolution of viruses and their hosts.
Over six years, many doctors told the patient he had peripheral neuropathy. What they couldn’t tell him was why — or how to treat it.
A new book by a renowned brain expert says there are a few simple things we can do to prevent memory decline as we age.
The neglected middle child of mental health can dull your motivation and focus — and it may be the dominant emotion of 2021.
Machine learning is known for its ability to spot fraudulent credit charges or recognize faces. Now researchers are siccing the technology on viruses.
V.R. treatments may provide relief similar to intravenous opioids — a tantalizing prospect for the millions of Americans living with chronic pain.
In a warming world, bats in Southeast Asia will be especially prone to spreading viruses to other mammals, researchers found.
It’s loud, it’s crowded, it’s delayed because of an earlier incident. But to the minds of boys along the spectrum, it may be a paradise.
Why do people start taking opioids and why can't they stop? Through interviews with users and experts, The New York Times created a visual representation of how these drugs can hijack the brain.
“I want people to question what they find disgusting,” said the lead curator and chief financier of the Disgusting Food Museum, a touring pop-up exhibition in Malmo, Sweden.
Researchers combing through archives discovered that cigarette makers had applied their marketing wizardry to sweetened beverages and turned generations of children into loyal customers.
What do you know about the idea of resilience? What are some examples from your own life or events you have witnessed that show a person about to rebound — quickly or not so quickly — from disappointment?
According to this article, “between the ages of 8 and 14, girls’ confidence levels fall by 30 percent.” In your experience — whether as a girl yourself, or as someone who has classmates, friends and relatives who are girls — do you agree?