An interview with a federal safety regulator quickly became fodder for outrage, viral social media content and political fundraising.
Health & Safety
Seven months after overturning the constitutional right to an abortion, anti-abortion rights activists are celebrating their victories and planning their next steps at their annual march in D.C
Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin's cardiac arrest brought new attention to automated external defibrillators. Many schools have one, but now some are making sure they know how to use it.
One of the world's poorest countries, Somalia is coping with conflict, a historic drought and a devastating food crisis. But there's another side to the country. Just take a look at the capital city.
JPMorgan's cheery confab returned to San Francisco, but the health care capitalists had economic anxiety, too.
Researchers estimate at least 65 million people worldwide have suffered from long COVID. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Dr. Eric Topol about a paper he co-authored on what we know about long COVID.
At-home rapid tests have become a staple of COVID-19 precautions, but some experts worry that people are relying too much on these tests and that's creating a false sense of security.
Some companies and researchers think smart computers might eventually help with provider shortages in mental health, and some consumers are already turning to chatbots to build "emotional resilience."
The lawsuit says Thinx underwear, long marketed as safe and sustainable, contains harmful chemical substances known as PFAS. The company denies those allegations but will pay up to $5 million.