We are willing to risk our own lives and safety, and those of our families, for the sake of yours.
We're probably already seeing patients who ordered pills online—we just don't know it.
A Vermont nurse's objection to providing an abortion shows we need to be more discerning about who is worthy of serving the public.
The new public charge rule was created to isolate working class people from the healthcare benefits they need to survive.
A doctor is faced with a devastating decision.
She had pushed a three-inch sewing needle into her heart some time ago, and the damage was starting to show.
The unethical treatment not only affects these kids, but it could have lasting impacts on people of color seeking mental health treatment.
A doctor's theory about this season's injury epidemic.
Drinking coffee is associated with apparent health benefits, and no evidence of net harm—cancer or otherwise. The judicial standard applied in the California lawsuit distorts that view.