by Alex Zielinski Jan 20, 2016
The community's long history of distrust in the medical industry has left residents reluctant to share their personal information with a doctor.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Jan 13, 2016
87 people have been infected, and 10 people have died.
by Beenish Ahmed Jan 13, 2016
Some progress has been made on efforts to prevent and treat the deadly virus.
by Alex Zielinski Nov 25, 2015
Native American tribes were once the most agriculturally prosperous people in the U.S. But a lot has changed.
by Carimah Townes Nov 4, 2015
"Addiction is not a choice, it’s a healthcare issue."
by Sam P.K. Collins Oct 26, 2015
The number of black men applying to U.S. medical schools is actually lower than what admissions offices recorded in 1978.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Oct 26, 2015
The meat industry is already fighting back against a panel of international scientists that suggested their products could increase cancer risk.
by Joe Romm Oct 26, 2015
A seminal new Harvard study finds that CO2 has a direct, negative impact on human cognition at levels you and your children experience now. We explain how these findings are a game-changer for both public health and climate policy.
by Laurel Raymond Oct 22, 2015
In the study, about half of physicians reported two or more practices likely to discourage timely HPV vaccination.
by Alex Zielinski Oct 21, 2015
If administered quickly enough, the drug has a 90 percent success rate.