News Team member Annika Urban examines the implicit promise and actual risks of energy drinks, which are aggressively marketed to students.
News Team member Emily Kim writes that eating disorders are more prevalent than most people realize, and affect a wide range of populations.
News Team member Rebecca Sugerman finds that the Supreme Court decision reversing the national right to abortion is having grave impacts on medical education and training and patient care.
News Team member Sammy Ramacher examines a review of research that concludes the attention coaches give to the diets and workouts of young athletes should be practiced by aging persons.
Gabriella Salazar reports that "highly fermentable short-chain carbs" could be the key to controlling IBS
New in the Opinion vertical: Andrew Feld delves into the FDA's controversial 2022 approval of the ALS drug Relyvrio.
Madison Woods examines the success of Emory's JScreen program, which combines genetic screening of high-risk populations with home-based testing and telehealth counseling
Emily Kim reports on provocative multi-country research into the Holy Grail of cancer screening: a single test that can perform early detection of many types of cancer.
In a new longform story, student and athlete Annika Urban explores how pressure to be lean and to achieve peak performance creates the little-known condition RED-S and undermines athletes' health.
Andrew Feld discusses the research challenges of determining how different types of sports impact youth mental health, and how to help parents understand the findings.