Health in Atlanta, GA

Also called the Southern Delta Aquariids, the shower can light up night skies from dusk to dawn, and if you’re lucky you might be able to see it.

A shooting at the Gilroy Garlic Festival injured 15 people and killed 3, including the gunman, police in Northern California said Sunday.

Sixteen years after her husband was gunned down, Melissa Brackman and her teenage son were face-to-face with the killer inside a courtroom.

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A bipartisan coalition from the U.S. House of Representatives introduced a new act aimed at improving resources for social determinants of health.

A Juul representative repeatedly told a ninth-grade classroom that the company's e-cigarette was "totally safe" before showing underage students the device, according to two teenagers who testified under oath to Congress on Wednesday.

Having rewarding experiences in a location helps our brain’s navigation system return to that spot, research shows.

It’s hard to overstate the cultural impact of the prolific Australian author, who propelled nearly an entire generation toward more open-minded cooking.

Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

As special counsel, Mr. Mueller adopted a more hands-off style than when he was F.B.I. director, and it was on display Wednesday in his congressional appearances.

Every good oral hygiene regimen has two parts — the part you do (brushing and flossing) and the part we do (professional cleanings and checkups).
But what’s involved with “professional cleanings” — and why do we perform it? The “why” is pretty straightforwa

Part 1 of this two-part article examined the implications the transition to value-based, patient-centric, precision medicine has for drug discovery, development, and deployment, particularly for clinical trials. Part 2 explores precision medicine in more depth regarding the tailored and targeted treatments that aim to match patients to medicines according to particular clinical, demographic, and lifestyle factors.