Introducing Slate’s Marathon Time Predictor A better way to calculate how fast you’ll run.
Misfearing Breast CancerMore evidence that routine mammograms make healthy people sick.
The Molester and MeMy high school coach was like a dad to me, until he abused my teammate and violated us all.
Check Your HeadDoes testing athletes for concussion with fancy software do any good?
Stay the Hell Home!For a year, I stayed within 100 miles of my house. It’s the best decision I ever made.
Athletes, Stop Taking SupplementsThey’re expensive, they don’t improve performance, and they might make you test positive for dope.
Kiddie CholesterolA dangerous new plan to screen 11-year-olds for their risk of heart disease.
Lipitor RageIf statins carried a rare but serious side effect, would we ever find out?
McDonald’s Is Pinning Its Future on Franchisees. First It Should Learn How to Keep Them Happy.
The XX Factor
Lean In Isn’t Just About Professional Fulfillment. It’s Also About Worst-Case Scenarios.
The “How Does a Stand-Up Comedian Work?” Bonus Segment Watch Brooke Van Poppelen perform at Brooklyn’s Bell House and read a transcript of her interview with Slate’s Working podcast.
The Doctor Won’t See You Now Concierge medicine serves the ridiculously rich at the expense of everyone else.
Talent Trumps Principle Jameis Winston’s disturbing history will soon be a distant memory for the NFL.