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How A Nurse With a Hole in Her Skull Changed The Medical History of Migraines

How A Nurse With a Hole in Her Skull Changed The Medical History of Migraines

The following is adapted from an excerpt from social and medical historian Katherine Foxhall’s new book, Migraine: A History, published by Johns Hopkins University Press, and out June 18, 2019. In
People Prefer Dogs With Sad Puppy Eyes, Research Shows

People Prefer Dogs With Sad Puppy Eyes, Research Shows

That preference encouraged the development of the facial muscle that creates it
Can Wearing a Hat Contribute to Baldness?

Can Wearing a Hat Contribute to Baldness?

Take off that hat. It will make you bald. It’s the sort of thing an opinionated grandparent might tell a grandchild wearing a hat indoors, but there are some who believe there’s wisdom in the
‘They’re Chipping Away.’ Inside the Grassroots Effort to Fight Mandatory Vaccines

‘They’re Chipping Away.’ Inside the Grassroots Effort to Fight Mandatory Vaccines

Even as U.S. measles cases hit record numbers, a grassroots movement is determined to keep states from requiring kids to get their shots
Why Being Neurotic Might Be Good for Your Dog

Why Being Neurotic Might Be Good for Your Dog

When people are stressed, their dogs tend to be, too
Facebook Wants Your Blood

Facebook Wants Your Blood

The social media giant wants to boost blood donations in the U.S.
Ebola Just Spread Outside the Congo for the First Time Since the Outbreak Began

Ebola Just Spread Outside the Congo for the First Time Since the Outbreak Began

The announcement puts pressure on the WHO to declare a global health emergency
For the First Time, an Expert Panel Is Recommending a Drug to Prevent High-Risk Groups From Getting HIV

For the First Time, an Expert Panel Is Recommending a Drug to Prevent High-Risk Groups From Getting HIV

For the first time, the group is recommending a powerful medication to protect people who are not yet infected but at high risk of acquiring HIV
The Science Behind Fever Dreams

The Science Behind Fever Dreams

Nearly everyone has experienced a fever and its attendant symptoms—from fatigue and body aches to hot flashes and chills. You may also have noticed strange or unusually vivid dreams while trying to
A New, Scarless Adam’s Apple Surgery Could Be a Breakthrough for Transgender Patients

A New, Scarless Adam’s Apple Surgery Could Be a Breakthrough for Transgender Patients

An Israeli medical center says it has pioneered a new procedure to remove or reduce the size of the Adam’s apple without leaving a scar, a significant development for transgender patients considering
Judge Rules That Missouri’s Last Abortion Clinic Must Remain Open for Now

Judge Rules That Missouri’s Last Abortion Clinic Must Remain Open for Now

The temporary decision was hailed as a victory by abortion rights advocates