by Tara Culp-Ressler May 11, 2015
"We don’t trust women to be the experts on their own bodies."
by Alice Ollstein Apr 8, 2015
A nurse who supports the strike describes abysmal conditions at the jail, including broken or dirty equipment, rushed procedures and severe understaffing.
by Zack Ford Mar 21, 2015
In a preliminary ruling, a federal court in Minnesota found that a transgender man's discrimination suit against the hospital that mistreated him can proceed.
by Alice Ollstein Mar 18, 2015
"I think the DOJ's report on Ferguson shined a light on the corrupting influence a profit motive can have on what happens in the criminal justice system," said attorney Deborah Golden, who represents current and former inmates at the DC jail.
by Alice Ollstein Mar 4, 2015
The 2016 presidential contender hopes the Supreme Court guts Obamacare, which would kick 250,000 Louisianans off health insurance. But his impending budget cuts would cause even more damage.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Mar 2, 2015
Vermont's governor said a single-payer system will be too expensive, but a group of economic experts disagrees.
by Josh Israel Feb 24, 2015
Her claims have been debunked by the American Cancer Association and Cancer Research UK.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Feb 23, 2015
Medical professionals are trying to figure out how to use their clout to spark conversations about race.
by Katie Valentine Feb 4, 2015
Health care providers should consider divesting from fossil fuels for the same reasons they considered divesting from the tobacco industry in the 1990s.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Jan 14, 2015
How California is leading the nation when it comes to health privacy.