We asked NPR listeners what they’d like to know about women’s health in midlife. Hundreds of you had questions on topics from hormones to chin hairs. Two doctors are giving us the answers.
Congress appears ready to overhaul the nation’s most important federal education law, No Child Left Behind. Civil rights groups, though, worry that some changes will hurt poor and minority children.
The procedure is rapidly going mainstream, but it’s so new that it’s impossible to know if these women will exercise their option to have a child. Also, live birth rates from frozen eggs remain low.
World leaders are set to meet in Paris, trying to agree on how to combat climate change. Also attending will be California Gov. Jerry Brown, who is spearheading his own international climate movement.
How tiny can a computer get and what can it do? Digital sensors are already traveling inside human bodies. Will shrinking sizes eventually do away with the bulky devices we use now?
The price for the blue-and-white gingham pinafore that Judy Garland wore exceeded expectations at auction.
Analysts say the belt could belong to the eighth alleged attacker, Salah Abdeslam, whom police are trying to find.
Athletes, artists and activists crowd the list of winners of the nation’s highest civilian honor. Before they get their medals Tuesday, get to know them — in sight and sound.
Not everyone delights in turkey as the centerpiece to Thanksgiving. We asked three chefs around the country for their suggestions of winning alternatives. They came up with venison, pork and biryani.
About 15 percent of people in prison are infected with hepatitis C. Screening and treating inmates would save $750 million over 30 years and prevent many new cases in the general public.
The death penalty in the U.S. is under scrutiny after a series of botched executions. Some death row lawyers and activists say the repeated delays are torture for prisoners like Richard Glossip.
By assessing the strength of certain connections in the brain with an MRI test, researchers were often able to tell whether children and adolescents had attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
You want to love Thanksgiving food so badly. Here are ways make it happen.
Despite administrative changes, the atmosphere on campus is still tense. Students and faculty say that won’t change without some hard conversations. Hear their concerns.
Tourists love California’s Mendocino coast for its redwoods, surf and charm. But the battle to keep the area’s only hospital afloat is pitting hospital administrators and doctors against each other.