Fertility Doctors Used Their Sperm to Get Patients Pregnant. The Children Want Justice
Decades ago, fertility doctors across the United States inseminated patients with their own sperm. Now, the children of these patients want answers and recourse.
America’s Unregulated Fertility Industry Offers Patients Few Protections
The case of one California clinic accused of misconduct shows just how little recourse would-be parents have when it comes to concerns about safety and negligence.
Masks Alone Don’t Make You Invincible
Covering your face can help combat the coronavirus. But some scientists fear people now believe masks of any quality are foolproof defenses—and they're being labeled as "anti-mask" for saying so.
Panic Attacks and Sleepless Nights: Doctors Are Secretly Starting to Struggle
Doctors and nurses treating the coronavirus are increasingly worried about their deteriorating mental health and unsure who to talk to about it. "I think about COVID during sex," one doctor said.
‘This Is Our Chernobyl’: New York City’s Doctors and Nurses Are Terrified
Health care professionals fear they're being put at risk and set up for failure during one of the most critical fights in the city’s history.
911 Dispatchers Hear the Worst Moments of Our Lives. Who Listens To Them?
Everyday, they grapple with traumatic experiences, punishing hours, and high rates of PTSD. No one seems to care—not even the people they call colleagues.
The High-Rolling, Medically Questionable World Of Luxury Egg Freezing
This decade’s egg-freezing boom was supposed to offer career-minded women an empowering insurance policy. But what if the process is actually just a “very expensive lottery ticket”?
A Sober Person's Guide to Medical Marijuana
Six things everyone in recovery from addiction should know about using medical marijuana.