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The Atlantic: Health

Fewer Sex Partners Means a Happier Marriage

Fewer Sex Partners Means a Happier Marriage

If you are on the proverbial market, as you rack up phone swipes, first dates, and—likely—new sexual partners, you might start to ask yourself, Is all this dating going to make me happier with
Against a Federal Registry of Genitals

Against a Federal Registry of Genitals

Life might be more orderly and easy to understand if biology worked just like this:People come in one of two sexes, male or female. This is determined by chromosomes, and XX means female, and XY means
Women in the U.S. Can Now Get Safe Abortions by Mail

Women in the U.S. Can Now Get Safe Abortions by Mail

For years, an organization called Women on Web has given women a way to perform their own medication-induced abortions at home. The organization would remotely do online consultations, fill
Inherited Trauma Shapes Your Health

Inherited Trauma Shapes Your Health

Often when I complain to my therapist about how stressed out I am by a problem I’m having, she says a variation on the same thing:“Well, like all Ashkenazi Jews, you have a lot of intergenerational
A Simpler Way to Get to the Bottom of Mysterious Illnesses in Poor Countries

A Simpler Way to Get to the Bottom of Mysterious Illnesses in Poor Countries

Senjuti Saha was frustrated. As a microbiologist at the largest pediatric hospital in Dhaka, Bangladesh, she sees a lot of young kids with meningitis—inflammation of the membranes around the brain and
Neanderthals Suffered a Lot of Traumatic Injuries. So How Did They Live So Long?

Neanderthals Suffered a Lot of Traumatic Injuries. So How Did They Live So Long?

Neanderthals suffered many gruesome injuries in their day. The precious remains of our ancient-human relatives reveal crushed limbs, fractured skulls, and broken ribs—relics from hunting accidents and
The High Stakes of Surfing’s Wave-Pool Arms Race

The High Stakes of Surfing’s Wave-Pool Arms Race

In 2015, a rancher named David Howe lifted off from a California airfield on a covert mission. For weeks, a neglected water-ski park in his Central Valley farming community had been mysteriously
Sperm Counts Continue to Fall

Sperm Counts Continue to Fall

Men’s sperm have been decreasing in number and getting worse at swimming for some time now—and, at least in the United States and Europe, new research says it’s getting worse. A pair of new studies
YouTube Stars Are Being Accused of Profiting Off Fans’ Depression

YouTube Stars Are Being Accused of Profiting Off Fans’ Depression

Some of YouTube’s biggest stars have found themselves embroiled in controversy over videos that critics say allow them to profit off fans struggling with depression.Over the past year, mental health
When Abortion Is Illegal, Women Rarely Die. But They Still Suffer.

When Abortion Is Illegal, Women Rarely Die. But They Still Suffer.

In August, the Argentine Senate rejected a bill that would have decriminalized abortion in the country within the first 14 weeks of pregnancy. Less than a week later, the newspaper Clairín reported
Bad News for People Who Can’t Remember Names

Bad News for People Who Can’t Remember Names

A good friend of one of my good friends forgets me every time I see him. We’ve hung out four times in the past several years, and on each occasion he’s greeted me with a beaming smile and an

The Amateur Sleuth Who Hunts Down the Missing

“If you’re just out there somewhere on the land, dead, and nobody’s looking for you—that’s the worst thing in the world,” says Lissa Yellowbird-Chase in Vanished, a new documentary from The Atlantic.
On the Trail of Missing American Indian Women

On the Trail of Missing American Indian Women

On a Friday morning in May, Lissa Yellowbird-Chase woke up to more Facebook messages than she could hope to answer. Her inbox was full of friends, acquaintances, and strangers asking for her help
Everyday Discrimination Literally Raises Women’s Blood Pressure

Everyday Discrimination Literally Raises Women’s Blood Pressure

It goes like this. On her walk to work, a driver wolf-whistles at her. She sits in a meeting and gets interrupted when she speaks. She is also told, with a hint of surprise, that she’s pretty
Naloxone Retail Dispensing Is Up 70 Percent

Naloxone Retail Dispensing Is Up 70 Percent

Thirty years ago during the height of the United States’ HIV/AIDS epidemic, the U.S. Surgeon General, C. Everett Koop, sent informational brochures on the disease to every American household. The
A Controversial Virus Study Reveals a Critical Flaw in How Science Is Done

A Controversial Virus Study Reveals a Critical Flaw in How Science Is Done

Last year, the world learned that researchers led by David Evans from the University of Alberta had resurrected a virus called horsepox. The virus hasn’t been seen in nature for decades, but Evans’s
The Gay Men Who Have Lived for Years With Someone Waiting on Their Death

The Gay Men Who Have Lived for Years With Someone Waiting on Their Death

Flipping through LGBTQ magazines from the 1980s and 1990s, you can map the trajectory of the AIDS crisis in the United States by looking at the advertisements. Early in the 1980s, as HIV swept through
The Gay Men Who Have Lived for Years With Someone Waiting on Their Deaths

The Gay Men Who Have Lived for Years With Someone Waiting on Their Deaths

Flipping through LGBTQ magazines from the 1980s and 1990s, you can map the trajectory of the AIDS crisis in the United States by looking at the advertisements. Early in the 1980s, as HIV swept through
The $1 Tool That Might Curb the Overdose Epidemic

The $1 Tool That Might Curb the Overdose Epidemic

Fentanyl, which is 50 times as potent as heroin, laces many batches of heroin and cocaine, and it is now involved in at least half of all opioid overdose deaths. More than 70,000 people died of drug
Hallucinations Are Everywhere

Hallucinations Are Everywhere

There’s a good chance you’ve hallucinated before.If you’ve ever felt the buzz of your phone against your thigh only to realize the sensation was entirely in your head, you’ve had a sensory perception