Author: David Whitting
Emma Pangelinan’s room embodies everything that is pure and good about teenagers, yet the quiet in the air is so heavy it nearly brings you to your knees.
Author: Pauline Bartolone
Even as opioids flood American communities and fuel widespread addiction, hospitals are facing a dangerous shortage of the powerful painkillers needed by patients in acute pain, according to doctors, pharmacists and a coalition of health groups.
Being your own boss might be even better for you than it sounds.
Author: Kirsten Fleming
For years, Charles Youn, 29, suffered from upper-back pain and neck soreness that made him hunch his shoulders and caused him to wake up numerous times throughout every night. He was in pain and constantly fatigued, drinking too much coffee to combat the sluggishness.
Author: Chelsea Ritschel
Neurologists studying the brains of nine patients as they died have found surprising information about what happens to your brain after it dies.