Indian Doctors Tell Us About the Times They Were Threatened and Abused
“There were days when the birth of a girl child would lead to verbal abuse because the patients’ family would say that just because a female doctor had conducted the procedure, it was a girl child.”
Here Comes the Legal Case for Medicinal Psychedelics
BC therapist Bruce Tobin is striving to give end-of-life cancer patients magic mushrooms in a clinical setting.
Why Indonesia Is Using Its National Scholarships to Push Students Away From Social Sciences
It's not just because social sciences graduates constantly criticize the government.
Arzia Tivany Wargadiredja
The Brazilian Government Considers Being Beautiful a Human Right
It subsidizes nearly half a million surgeries every year.
This Flying Hospital Trains Doctors to Fight Blindness Around the World
The majority of blindness cases are in the developing world a lot of them could be prevented or treated.
What It Was Like to Go to the Doctor in 1610
Not unlike seeing an astrologer, really, except when someone leaves the house with poop on a spatula or starts menstruating through her breast.
How a Dutch Fertility Doctor Impregnated Patients with His Own Sperm
Dr Jan Karbaat secretly fathered at least 19 donor-conceived children in his own fertility clinic.
We Asked Doctors What Our Dumbest Health Beliefs Are
These five alternative facts topped nearly every list.
10 Questions You Always Wanted to Ask a Nurse
"There are two things I really struggle with – washing penises and cleaning under fingernails. I might be a nurse, but I'm also a human being."
Your Pain Is Not Real: How Doctors Discriminate Against Women
Because of sexist myths about health and pain, women have more difficulty getting proper diagnoses and treatment for serious conditions.
The First Time I Let Someone Die
Early one Tuesday morning years ago, I began my effort to save a woman who had been in a car accident. Four weeks later, I had failed.
Dr. Rahul Jandial