After a Year of Trying to Limit Our Access to Mental Health Care, Trump Says It’s Time to “Tackle the Issue”
Most Diabetics in the West Are Obese. In India, They’re Not. What’s Going On?
For Trauma Survivors, #MeToo Has Been a Swirling Storm. Finding Shelter Can Help.
In 2018, Should We Take Ubers or Ambulances to the Hospital?
Right to Try Is the Only Bill Trump Named in His State of the Union. It’s Redundant and Possibly Harmful Legislation.
David Brooks Misunderstands Abortion, Medicine, and Politics in His Latest Column
Prescribing Mindfulness Allows Doctors to Ignore Legitimate Female Pain
Can We Shame Perpetrators of Sexual Misconduct Into Becoming Better People? Probably.
Young Syrian Refugees Need Mental Health Care. So Far, We’ve Failed Them.
Why We Shouldn’t Rule Out Mass Hysteria as an Explanation for Cuba’s “Sonic Attacks”
Is 20.8 Million Pain Pills Over a Decade a Lot? Actually, It Depends.
She Asked for Help for Postpartum Depression. The Nurse Called the Cops Instead.
At Birth, Humans Are the Fattest Species on Record. Why?
HHS’s New Rule Allows Health Care Workers to Discriminate Against LGBTQ People and Abortion Seekers
There’s a Long History of Presidential Health Being a Well-Kept Secret
People Struggling With Addiction Need Help. Does Forcing Them Into Treatment Work?
Trump’s Height and Weight Puts Him Just on the Cusp of Obesity
We Should Treat Everyone Like We Treat HIV-Positive Patients. Seriously!
Why I Can’t Abide by the AP Stylebook’s Rules on How to Talk About Suicide
Is Watching the News Actually Bad for Your Health?