The FDA has not authorized at-home testing, but that won't stop telemedicine from trying to capitalize on the coronavirus pandemic.
People are losing their jobs. Students are leaving school. How will they access contraceptives?
Being exposed to high temperatures can make birth control pills less effective.
If you're on a tight budget, there are still a wide range of options to help you see a psychiatrist, psychologist, or mental health counselor.
Aid Access lets patients buy abortion pills online and administer them themselves without having to see a doctor in-person.
People can see medical specialists and psychiatrists without ever leaving the facility, but is less contact with the outside world a good thing?
A new program could get abortion meds to women in the most remote parts of the country.
“Is it opportunistic? Sure. There’s nothing wrong with that.”
Telesurgery is getting over its latency problem.
Nurses are railing against the algorithms that transform hospitals into assembly lines.
A new app lets patients skip the office visit in lieu of a quick video chat with a physician. Even the medical industry isn't immune to our hunger for instant gratification.
The internet democratizes reasonably-priced health care.