Thank goodness for billionaires.
There’s strong pressure on universities to do something about spiralling student mental health problems, but what is best?
Youth in Seattle and King County get less exercise than most of the country. Why? Julie McCleery considers.
New research shows trigger warnings have no meaningful effects in psychological terms — except negative ones.
The most toxic chemicals on Earth occur in nature, so why do people fear synthetic chemicals? Niranjana Krishnan writes.
For some physicians with unorthodox views, Google’s search engine algorithm has essentially ended traffic to their websites. Barry Brownstein writes.
How non-profit hospitals use their tax-free status to line their pockets.
An increasing number of people are refusing to leave their homes, even their rooms. Emma Young delves into the phenomenon of hikikomori.
One in three French people think vaccines are unsafe, but across the country vaccine coverage is rising. Alex Whiting looks at how France is fighting back against vaccine skepticism.
A desire for lighter skin tones is deeply entrenched in many parts of the world, but it comes with equally deep risks to health and society. Gideon Lasco writes.