<p>Susan Rinkunas is a senior editor at VICE. She was previously health editor at The Cut and has been a digital editor at <i>Health</i>, <i>Women's Health</i>, and <i>Runner's World</i>.</p>
The progressive Congresswoman talks to VICE about our country's failure to ensure health care and protect lives during the pandemic.
Young people doing therapy at home have to speak in code and hand signals.
Historians want to hear about everyday people's experiences during the pandemic. Would it be embarrassing if they read about mine?
People with psychosis could be having pandemic delusions long after a vaccine is developed or society is reopened.
Black and Latinx people have higher rates of chronic health conditions that are associated with more severe cases of COVID-19. But public health officials said little about race early in the pandemic.
If you're lucky enough to have paid time off, there are still plenty of ways to put it to good use.
The U.S. is conducting clinical trials of deep brain stimulation for opioid addiction, but ethical questions abound.
"We’ve had some friends who’ve asked us, 'If you can’t see, how do you find each other attractive?'"