Although gender-affirming care is safe and effective, there is more to learn about how to best care for trans people over the course of their entire lives.
Ultraviolet perception is incredibly common in animals—just not in humans. Ed Yong dives into the history of how scientists saw the light.
Efforts to restrict abortion could have major repercussions for those seeking common IVF treatments.
As the nation awaits a momentous Supreme Court decision, a poll looks at opinions of and knowledge about reproductive health issues.
Race is often conflated with biology in medicine. A more nuanced approach is emerging: using culturally competent care in treatment.
Despite billions of federal subsidies, salmon survival is predicted to decline by 90% in the next four decades.
Over 200 international mycologists and botanists volunteer their time to help identify poisonous plants and mushrooms in a Facebook group.
For Cephalopod Week, two researchers explain the newest science about the fancy tricks and ineffable weirdness of these animals.