April 21, 2010

Sleep Interrupted

For 50 million chronically exhausted Americans, a pioneering program at the dental school is leading the way to a good night’s rest

High Stakes for Haiti

Some experts are looking beyond recovery to a new start for one of the world’s poorest countries, but skepticism abounds

Slogging through the Details

Even though health-care reform is the law of the land, the tough part will be implementing it, medical school panel predicts

An End to Adult Tooth Decay?

Study holds out the potential for a life without cavities—and drilling


Books on Parade

Highlights from Arts and Sciences authors range from Mexican art and baseball to the meaning of meaning

Know More, Spend Less

If people knew what health care really costs, it could save the system money

Echoes of the Holocaust

A psychiatrist offers advice to physicians treating the aging survivors