Stories of the myriad ways the web affects our health, and what to do about it. Here, we explain the latest news about whether your favorite food is going to kill you or not. Or sometimes we’re just gushing about the latest sex toy.

Pop-up restaurant fights stigma with HIV-positive chefs
Let's end the HIV myths with a delicious, risk-free pappardelle.
Apple Watch can detect sleep apnea and hypertension, study shows
And it only used heart rate and step count to do so.
Fear of boobs should not stop you from giving women CPR
A new study shows just how little we understand women's bodies.
Everything you never knew about the morning-after pill
How effective is Plan B, really?
It’s still illegal in Ohio to not tell your partner your HIV diagnosis before sex
The Ohio Supreme Court shut down the argument that the law violates free speech.
5 ways to show support for World Mental Health Day
More than 300 million people suffer from depression.
This tattoo ink could be the future of healthcare
This could be a life-changer for diabetics.
Nearly half of all abortions worldwide are unsafe, report finds
That's 25 million unsafe abortions per year.
Why ‘Take a Loved One to the Doctor Day’ is so important for minority communities
For people of color, going for a checkup is more complicated than just calling the doctor.
Let’s actually talk about the health effects of weed
Conventional wisdom is that smoking weed is essentially harmless, but what does the research actually say?
People are quitting their psych meds just in case they lose healthcare
They're taking their health into their own hands—and also putting it at risk.
How weightlifting has been pivotal in my eating disorder recovery
I used to eat only 500 calories a day—and now I want to be strong, powerful, and healthy.
More people are seeking out professional cuddling thanks to Trump
Wanted human touch eases anxiety and depression.
Vaping helps smokers quit, according to new study
Researchers looked at survey data of 160,000 people spanning almost 15 years.
Why is menstruation still not a national health concern?
For our most vulnerable populations, tampons are still considered a 'luxury.'
A special antibody in cows could help put an end to HIV
One cow prevented 96 percent of 117 HIV types.
Munchausen by internet: The rise of medical crowdfunding scams
Meet the people feigning illness and posting campaigns for sympathy, not money.