Gay and bisexual men who want to give but can’t are bringing straight friends and family to spearhead a ‘national gay blood drive’ today.
Humans have believed in the power of the moon for centuries, and often blame it for problems in love and life. But new science reveals the moon has little to no effect on health and happiness.
Firearm manufacturers are crossing into nerd world, marketing Google Glass as a marksman’s device. Bad idea.
To level the playing field, some believe patients should be able to see what their doctor is writing about them. But note-sharing with mental health patients has been slower to develop.
First Adam Lanza, now Elliot Rodger—both reported as having Asperger’s. But making the leap from an autism spectrum disorder to violence (especially murder) is dangerously wrong.
The case of Megan Huntsman, a Utah mother who killed six of her babies and hid the bodies in a garage, isn’t the first of its kind. What happens in a mother’s brain to make her do such a thing?
The theory claims people under the influence of the drug—like the Fort Hood shooter—act recklessly or violently with no recollection. But research doesn’t back it up.