The 1968 Harvard criteria for brain death face new inquiries.
Wartime injuries go beyond the physical. A longing for home pervades conflicts past and present.
In 1922 the Berlin woman became the first to undergo gender-affirming surgery.
Massachusetts broke ground on mandatory vaccination in 1905. History may repeat itself with COVID-19.
Who most deserves a medical device? A brief history of an impossible conversation.
A pioneer in protein structures also left a legacy for mothers in the sciences.
The common surgical glove has an amorous past.
The first emergency vehicles rolled down city streets 150 years ago.
The 18th Amendment launched the most sweeping health experiment in U.S. history. Physicians—then and now—have debated its complex legacy.
Telemedicine made its first broadcast 50 years ago in an airport clinic.
No Articles Found.