Experts Are Seriously Worried About Trump's Science Information Blackout. Here's Why

The EPA hasn't issued a press release or updated its social media channels since January 20.

The Most Powerful Body-Positive Celeb Selfies We've Ever Seen

It seems women are finally ready to abandon unrealistic beauty ideals, and I for one, couldn't be happier.

Science Explains Why You Love Morgan Freeman’s Voice

The reasons his voice has so many fans.

15 Everyday Sounds and How They Affect Your Hearing

Hearing loss is a growing epidemic among women in their 30s and 40s. Not sure what level of noise is safe? Check out this handy guide.

Model Robyn Lawley Shows Off Her 'Badass' Stretch Marks

Sports Illustrated Robyn Lawley is standing up for new moms (and women in general) everywhere by baring her post-baby body.

5 Pieces of Health Advice Mom Was Right About

OK, so your eyes never did permanently cross from making funny faces as a kid. But turns out that mom was right about a bunch of key health habits.

What's Actually Happening When You Crack Your Joints

My knees crack a lot when I stand up. Should I be worried?

Lyme-Causing Ticks Found in Nearly Half of All U.S. Counties

Ticks that transmit Lyme disease are now found in nearly half of all counties in the United States, a much broader swath than was seen in the late 1990s, researchers report.

What the 'Perfect' Body Looks Like in 18 Different Countries

Here's what happened when one web site gave the same photo to editors across the globe and asked them to give the woman shown the ideal body.

Couples Are More Likely to Divorce When the Wife Gets Sick

That part of the marriage vows where couples pledge to stay together "in sickness and in health" may be heeded more by wives than husbands, new research suggests.

Insanely Long Doctor Office Waits: A Serious Medical Fail

These days, there are waits to even get to your wait. This needs to stop.

Too Much TV in Your 20s Could Hurt Your Brain Later On

Young adults who watch tons of TV may end up paying for it with diminished mental performance in middle-age.

The Truth About the Connection Between Your Cat and Mental Illness

You love your cat, but she can really mess with your mind—according to the headlines this week, at least.

The Messed-Up Way a Man's Opinion Can Affect Your Body Image

A recent study found that men's unsolicited "hot or not" comments may unconsciously influence the way you view your own body, for better or worse.

5 Things Every Couple Needs to Do Before They Get Married

These activities can help you figure out if your relationship is built to last.

The Surprising Benefits of Tai Chi for People With Chronic Health Problems

The slow, fluid movements of tai chi -- an ancient Chinese exercise -- appear to help older adults with chronic conditions improve their physical function, a new review suggests.

How to Tell When Feeling Tired Is a Sign of a Health Problem

Feeling sluggish? Here's when to see your doctor about it.

3 Easy Ways to Learn a New Language

Mark Zuckerberg, the creator of Facebook showed off his Mandarin skills at an event this week. Here's how you can learn a language, too!

Prescriptions Continue for Most Who Survive Painkiller ODs

Even as overdoses from narcotic prescription painkiller reach record levels in the United States, a new report finds that most people who survive such events continue to be prescribed the drugs by their doctors.

Here's Why 'No Catcall Zone' Signs Were Posted in Two Major Cities

Many women will tell you they're tired of hearing whistles and kissing noises from random men on the street. It’s degrading. And it seems someone is taking that conversation to the streets.

Myla Dalbesio, the Calvin Klein Ad Campaign, and Body Image

The Internet has been abuzz today with a story about a certain model and whether or not her size 10 frame constitutes being “plus-size.” The model in question: Myla Dalbesio, a brunette beauty who recently landed a coveted spot in Calvin Klein’s new lingerie campaign “Perfectly Fit.”

Why Your Family and Friends Are as Important for Health as Diet and Exercise

Social ties are as important to your long-term health as exercise and healthy eating, a new study suggests.