Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
An Oral History of the CDC Putting Ticks on a Muffin
Everything you ever wanted to know about the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s infamous poppy seed muffin tweet.
The Dangerous Practice of Seeking Medical Treatments Abroad
Over a million Americans will seek medical treatment outside of the United States this year, but "medical tourism" is not without serious risks.
How American Doctors Are Preparing Families for Children With Zika
About 100 pregnant women in Florida have tested positive for Zika. Doctors expect most of them will be carried to term.
Meredith Rutland Bauer
The CDC Just Released a ‘Gun Violence’ Study That Doesn't Actually Study Guns
The federal government is still drawing an invisible line between guns and gun violence.
The Canadian E-Cig Industry Is Wildly Unregulated
Canada has no federal and little provincial legislation tailored to govern the production and sale of e-cigarettes and e-liquids.
Why We Haven't Stopped the Ebola Outbreak Yet
We’ve gotten better at fighting the virus, but it might be a while before it’s totally gone.