With the right to abortion likely to be overturned in many states, access to birth control could be next. The mental health benefits of contraception go far beyond preventing pregnancy.
Psychedelics are being scientifically researched now more than ever. Will scientists repeat past mistakes by leaving women out of the equation?
The U.S. has fewer practicing physicians per capita than other wealthy, comparably sized countries, yet the road to becoming a doctor has never been more academically difficult—or costly.
As the pandemic has raged on, underlying problems within the American health care system have been exacerbated, and health care workers are feeling the effects.
The financial fallout of medical bills generated by COVID infections could be the next phase of the country’s pandemic disaster.
Journalist and author Emma Goldberg explores the intensity, frustration, and anguish of the pandemic through the eyes of six rookie doctors in her new book, ‘Life on the Line: Young Doctors Come of Age in a Pandemic.’
After women were excluded from sleep studies for decades, science is starting to catch up—and changing valuable statistics with it.
When the writer sustained long-term injuries from a car accident, she discovered the degree to which those with invisible disabilities feel penalized—in large part due to medical gender bias.
For an El Paso nurse, leaving her family to treat patients in New York City, the epicenter of the Coronavirus outbreak, isn’t a choice at all. It’s her calling.
Health agencies gutted. Medical research canceled. Gun violence and pandemics dismissed. Is this how our nation is protecting us?