Wellness is everywhere today: juice cleanses, Soulcycle classes, self-care. The roots of the trend can be found in nineteenth-century health-consciousness.
Today, we tend to assume dieting is for women, but in the 1860s, it was a masculine pursuit.
The causes of nausea are almost too numerous to mention.
In 1880, Dr. Leslie E. Keeley promised a cure for the disease of drunkenness. The community he developed influenced our understanding of treating addiction.
“Is PMS Real?” It was the headline that launched a thousand hot takes—a bold statement by Frank Bures (a male author) ...
The 5-second rule has been officially disproved.
As hospitals today continue to grow and expand, who is thinking about nurturing patients and visitors with healing art and beautification projects?
What can doctors learn from the arts? Ask Anton Chekhov.
In 1915, Dr. Benzion Liber published a book that described good sex, pregnancy, childbirth, masturbation, sex education, and venereal diseases…in Yiddish.
Self-driving cars are meant to eliminate reckless driving. But can anything really stop motorists from making bad choices?