Drugs approved in recent years that can cure hepatitis C may have severe side effects, including liver failure, a new report suggests.
Chefs are pushing the envelope, inspired by traditions from around the world. With a little daring, home cooks can, too.
Some students commit sexual assault more than once, research says. Many question whether colleges are doing enough to prevent these recurring crimes.
A paratrooper and stuntman share their advice: Be like a toddler.
Annie Tritt has been photographing young people whose sense of gender goes beyond the binary norm. These are a few of their thoughts and pictures.
The administration of Donald J. Trump has even more authority to detain people than the Obama administration had during the Ebola crisis.
Medical workers have seen few infants and toddlers in refugee camps in Nigeria’s Borno State and fear that many have died of starvation and related diseases.
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January 23, 2017 Personal Health By JANE E. BRODY Susan Sills, a Brooklyn artist who until recently made life-size cutouts on plywood using a power saw, long suspected she might be at risk for developing Parkinson’s disease. Both her mother and grandfather had this neurological movement disorder, and she knew that it… Continue reading
By JAN HOFFMAN January 23, 2017 The death rate from cervical cancer in the United States is considerably higher than previously estimated and the disparity in death rates between black women and white women is significantly wider, according to a study published Monday in the journal Cancer. The rate at which black American women… Continue reading