A brief history of quarantine in policy and popular prose.
Treating the epidemic means re-evaluating a public health tool with a storied past.
A new documentary explores health care inequality in rural America, and why the Affordable Care Act isn’t enough.
The need for a U.S. joint replacement registry is urgent, but should the government or orthopedic surgeons control the data?
Beds for psychiatric care are steadily declining. What can be done?
A funding shift may encourage more fundamental brain research.
Peter L. Slavin and David F. Torchiana on the science and importance of Lyme disease.
The best intentions don’t always add up to a fast, effective medical response. A multidisciplinary approach could help.
Tailoring treatments, patient by patient, can achieve remarkable results. But can we afford to make every disease rare?
A new approach to in-home care turns to EMS providers.
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