Research increasingly shows that preconceptions around gender and race can cloud clinical thinking.
To show her love, the author learns the value of lying to her mother.
Once regarded as a purely mental condition, functional neurological disorder emerges from the shadows.
Could Parkinson’s disease, a brain disorder, have its origin somewhere else? A controversial theory is gaining ground.
Talking and texting while driving cost hundreds of lives every year. Should physicians intervene before those accidents happen?
A bold theory—that the brain-tangling proteins of Alzheimer’s disease may form to fight infection—could spur new research.