Finding Happiness in a Burger Joint

Can team bonding lead to better business?

Do My Gut Bacteria Make Me Look Fat?

Can we manipulate our gut bacteria to help shed a few pounds?

Here's What a Bad Night's Sleep Really Does to Your Brain

Did you know lack of sleep shrinks a tiny brain gland? But there is a way to reverse it.

Racing Hormones, or Rather Racing & Hormones

Are monthly hormonal fluctuations impacting your workout?

Testosterone Plummets With Fatherhood... Maybe

Dads beware: Does fatherhood impact your hormones?

Here's One Way to Fight Fatigue

Is your fatigue hormonal?

Hot Flashes Forever? Maybe

What's the deal with hot flashes?

The Woman Who Changed Hormone Research

How did one scrappy, stubborn, determined woman change the landscape of hormone research?

My 3-C Strategy for Menopause

Will I have hot flashes forever?

Measuring Up

The surprising history of the growth hormone industry

Pumping Up Hormones

How hormones can explain breast pump failures

The Future of Penis Transplants Recalls a Bizarre History

New research reveals a new twist on an old procedure.

DIY Deliveries: Courageous or Crazy?

Is delivering your own baby really safer or just an extreme way to show growing distrust of doctors?

Dogs and Breasts Boost the Same Hormone?

Did breastfeeding & now puppies feed my happiness hormones? Small studies suggest so.

Hormones & Body Snatchers

The Death of Autopsies

Does Leap Day Spark Romance?

How Leap Day Kindles Romance,

What Frogs Teach Us About Hormones

What can frogs teach us about hormones?

Nothing Like the First Time

What do we really know about the love hormone?

Women's Secrets—to the Female Brain

Are scientists figuring out the difference between the male and female brain?

My Postpartum Surprise Guest

Finally, a plan to prevent postpartum depression

Secret Powers of Estrogen

New study reveals how estrogen fights infections.

For the Sake of Blueberries and Sex

We Love to Believe A Good Story, Can Blueberries Prevent Erectile Dysfunction?

When I Couldn't Say Goodbye

It was shocking to feel so typical.

What I Can Learn from My Students

Taking the time to look--and learn

Killers Plead Guilty: Did Their Hormones Make Them Do It?

When Endocrinologists Enter the Courtroom

Sausage, Biscuits and Decadron

A survivor of a deadly brain tumor celebrates life with a triathlon. Run, Bike, Swim, Survive Cancer

Sex Pills for Women: Teasing the Hype From Hope

Talk about the new sex pill harkens back to century-old health debates.

The College Process: Learning to Cut the Cord

Yet as much as we talk about failure being a learning experience, it’s harder for parents to handle their kid’s rejection than it is to handle our own rejection or for their child to handle their own rejection.

When Compassion is the Best Medicine

What a brain disease strikes, friends and family need support for the patient and themselves.

My Big Fat Surprise

I was eating fat and reading about fat. Not such a bad thing after all