Like many parents, Sandy is concerned about how much time her 18-month-old spends in front of screens. Weighing up the available evidence, Olivia Solon explains that she might be worrying too much.
Dr. Ricki Lewis delves into her own husband’s rare type of cancer and ponders why some medical people are dismissive of science.
The cycle of poverty isn’t just an abstraction. It’s about toilet paper…and boots. Sara Kassabian explains.
The overdose death toll from opioids has almost quadrupled since 1999. Charles Ornstein investigates ways to curb the trend.
Adults with anorexia often have distinctive traits that lock them into a destructive relationship with food. Carrie Arnold discovers how those same traits could help them escape it.