Morton Deutsch, Expert on Conflict Resolution, Dies at 97
Professor Deutsch, who founded the International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution, was known for his theory of cooperation and...
Public Health: Fewer Americans Would Be Insured With G.O.P. Plan Than With Simple Repeal
The Republicans’ repeal plan of Obamacare would actually result in one million more people being uninsured, according to the C.B.O.
Trump Warns House Republicans: Repeal Health Law or Lose Your Seats
Mr. Trump’s warning, delivered in a closed-door meeting, came as House leaders were trying to pin down a majority to pass their repeal legislation.
Vitamin E and Selenium Fail to Prevent Alzheimer’s
A long-term trial found no evidence that vitamin E or selenium supplements helped to ward off dementia.
Why Kids Shouldn’t Sit Still in Class
Movement stimulates the brain and may help students become better learners.
House Leaders Seeking Health Care Votes Eye New York Republicans
A provision that would shift Medicaid costs from New York’s counties to the state was added to the health care bill, a move sought by upstate...
News Analysis: An End to Heart Disease? Not Quite
The introduction of a new class of cholesterol drugs led some experts to believe that we might be able to virtually eliminate heart attacks. But it...
Popular Prostate Cancer Therapy Is Short, Intense and Unproved
Researchers hope a study will shed some light on a cancer treatment, using radiation, that is growing in popularity and surrounded by questions.
Take a Number: More Grandparents Than Ever
Since 2001 the number of grandparents has grown by 24 percent, partly as a result of the aging of the baby boom generation.
When Hospital Inspectors Are Watching, Fewer Patients Die
A study of nearly 2,000 hospitals found that inspections led to lower death rates.
On Health Law, G.O.P. Faces a Formidable Policy Foe: House Republicans
A group of House Republicans, known as the House Freedom Caucus, pose possibly the greatest threat to the party’s chance to scrap the health care law.
Pop a Pill for Heartburn? Try Diet and Exercise Instead
Proton pump inhibitors are linked to problems like nutrient deficiencies, joint pain, bone fractures, heart attacks and dementia.