Articles by Shulman, Matthew
The specialty focuses on patients in intensive care units.
Supermarkets are deploying new nutrition-rating systems to help shoppers decide what goes in the cart.
An ADHD expert answers common questions about treatment with stimulants.
A genetic test for baldness may not have all the answers, but it raises some interesting questions.
A new world of dental treatments requires a bit less bravery
A dentist can restore your pearly whites, or you can trim the cost by doing it yourself.
Syphilis, hemophilia, and potato blight are among the ills that have changed the world.
An author discusses how outbreaks threaten economic development and public health.
Lots of people—including me—get that burning, itchy feeling known as oral allergy syndrome
With the latest implantable lenses, you can see near and far.