Peter L. Slavin and Timothy G. Ferris discuss the importance of research funding.
Slowing climate change is important for our health long term. But cleaning up polluted skies will also yield immediate health benefits.
Physicians are rarely trained to care for transgender patients. New efforts aim to bridge that gap.
What if drugs were released to the public earlier, then graded on their performance in the real world?
Genetic tests and genome sequencing are generating terabytes of sensitive private data. How can they be kept safe?
Self-experimentation has a long history in medicine. Should its practice today be shunned or embraced?
Oregon’s Death With Dignity Act crosses the 20-year mark.
An excerpt from a new memoir by Elizabeth Ford, who reflects on nearly two decades of treating patients in New York City’s correctional system.
Pediatricians want to know whether they can call child protective services if a parent refuses to vaccinate. The answer remains unclear.
Scientists in unstable regions sometimes fear for their lives. Allan Goodman helps them find refuge and a chance to work again.
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