When the average person develops vision trouble, they might just pick up a pair of reasonably priced reading glasses at a neighborhood pharmacy. If they require a more customized solution, they could stop by an eyewear retailer to book a professional eye exam and walk away with prescription glasses that same day. But what if […]
I remember the first time I tried poppers. It was with my first serious boyfriend during my sophomore year of college in Orlando, Florida. He was older, sweeter than I deserved, and graciously showed me the proverbial and literal ins and outs of gay sex. It was one of those sweet, brief relationships that is more […]
Vivitrol, which costs $1,000 an injection, shows some hope in treating addicts but its aggressive marketing has come under fire, and the drug is not without risks.
Chicago researchers are searching for a cure for ME, which is more widespread and serious than previously thought.
Also, catching up with Garry McCarthy.
Men who’ve had sex with men in the past year are still prohibited from giving blood. Researchers and politicians in Illinois say that needs to change.
Your chance to talk some sense and sustainability to the FDA today, and other food news.
Boka chef Carl Shelton serves sassafras with the animal that eats it.
The City Council contemplates the country’s first ban on products that include the chemical BPA.
April 25 is the deadline for telling the feds you want cocoa butter in your chocolate.
Once free for over 200 days, Kevin C. decided to spread the faith. He met informally several times with friends and convened the first official meeting of Lip Balm Anonymous in a meeting room in Mountain View, California. Several new members urged Kevin C. to make available the story of life without lip balm to the rest of the world.