There’s a Long History of Presidential Health Being a Well-Kept Secret
The New Documentary Heal Makes Strong Points About Positivity but Misses Key Caveats
If Our 70-Year-Old President Has Health Issues, We Won’t Know. History Says So.
Netflix’s Extremis Pinpoints the Tension Between Doctors and Patients on End-of-Life Care
Zika Is Spreading in Florida. Luckily, We Know How to Stop It.
We Shouldn’t Worry About Zika in Florida. We Should Worry About Zika in Puerto Rico.
New Analysis Shows Fewer Than 100 Zika Cases Will Likely Result From the Olympics
Gabby Douglas Is Right About Zika. Olympians Shouldn’t Skip Rio out of Fear.
No, the Olympics Won’t Be a “Full-Blown Global Health Disaster.” Yes, They Should Stay in Rio.
Outbreak Is a Scary Word—but You Don’t Really Need to Panic About Zika in the U.S.
Docs Ben Carson and Rand Paul Should Stop Spreading Dangerous Vaccine Myths
Doctors Finally Know What Your Blood Pressure Should Be
Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne Deserved Oscars for Medical Accuracy
Children Detained at the Border Could Cause a Public Health Crisis
Armchair Diagnoses Mislead Us About Sandy Hook Shooting
What the USDA and the FDA can learn from the recall of 500 million eggs due to salmonella.
Research shows how the BP oil spill will damage the mental health of those living in affected areas.
What we can learn from the shortage of H1N1 vaccine.
Trying to stop the spread of swine flu at summer camp.
The problems with the World Health Organization’s approach to pandemics.