People With Autism Aren’t Protected From Opioid Addiction. They Might Be at Higher Risk.
Unlike TV Dramas, the New Medical Podcast DDx Gets Diagnosis Right
There’s a New 12-Step Group: Medication-Assisted Recovery Anonymous
You Don’t Need a Death Plan Until, All of a Sudden, You Do
Yes, Studying the Humanities Might Make You a Better Doctor
Why Angry Men Kill—and How to Stop Them Before They Do
Abortion Reversal Seems Possible. We Still Shouldn’t Promote It.
No, the New Organ Discovery Doesn’t Explain How Acupuncture Works
Pill Limits Are Not a Smart Way to Fight the Opioid Crisis
If You’ve Self-Diagnosed on the Internet, Should You Tell Your Doctor?
We’re Not Really Sure How to Assess the Concussions of Athletes With Learning Disabilities
Basic CPR Doesn’t Help Gunshot Wounds, Rick Santorum. They’re Traumatic Injuries.
The New Spending Bill Could Finally Pave the Way for New Federal Research on Gun Violence
“Right to Try” Is Merely “Thoughts and Prayers” for the Terminally Ill
Trump’s Call to Execute Drug Dealers May Be Dictator-Inspired, but Its Roots Are All-American
Learning How to Eat Again After Recovering From Addiction
Theranos Is What Happens When Biomedicine Gets to Play by Silicon Valley’s Rules
The Made-Up Story About How Big Sugar Shifted the Blame to Fat
Why Not Get Your Drugs at the Barbershop?
Exercise Can Be a Very Effective Way to Treat Depression. Why Isn’t It Prescribed?