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Hospitals Should Be Redesigned to Improve Care
By Danish Kurani
Idaho Asks Supreme Court to Allow Near-Total Abortion Ban
By Nik Popli
Racism's Effect on Black Youth Mental Health
By Amanda Joy Calhoun
States Could Stop Kids From Losing Health Coverage
By Amanda Kaplan and Jeremy Barofsky
Hospital at Home: Here to Stay?
Hospital-at-home programs nationwide are delivering inpatient-style care for serious medical issues within the comfort of one’s home.
By Lindsay Lyon
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Preventing the Spread of Drug-Resistant TB
The world is mobilizing to prevent the spread of tuberculosis, which kills 1.5 million people a year.
By Anna Gordon
September 26, 2023
Vanderbilt Medical Center Turned Over Trans Patient Records
Some worry about the attorney general’s office would still have a comprehensive list of transgender patients.
By Anisha Kohli
June 23, 2023
How Nutrition Education for Doctors Is Evolving
Attitudes—and in some cases, curriculum—may be changing.
By Elizabeth Millard
May 24, 2023
More Than 70% of Americans Feel Failed by Health Care
In a new Harris Poll survey, cost was the most common criticism.
By Jamie Ducharme
May 16, 2023
DeSantis and Kennedy Could Boost Anti-Vaxxers
As the pandemic fades, the anti-vax movement is in a state of flux. By courting its members, 2024 contenders stand to spread dangerous anti-science conspiracies.
By Vera Bergengruen and Mini Racker
April 26, 2023
Millions of Americans Could Lose Medicaid: What to Know
During the pandemic, the yearly reapplication process for Medicaid was paused.
By Solcyre Burga
April 2, 2023
Doctors See the Wreckage of Gun Violence Every Day. We've Had Enough
Working on the frontlines of gun violence is traumatizing, write Dr. Joseph V. Sakran and Dr. Kimberly Davis.
By Dr. Joseph V. Sakran and Dr. Kimberly Davis
March 17, 2023
Why a Puppy Might Do More for My Patients Than I Can
Many of my patients know the limit of modern medicine. They need care and comfort.
By Farzon A. Nahvi
March 16, 2023
Biden Gives LGBT Community Reason to Worry
An administration proposal could make it harder for trans people to access gender-affirming care. Is it a hint that Biden might go wobbly in his LGBT support as he prepares for re-election?
By Philip Elliott
March 13, 2023
Insulin Isn’t the Only High Cost for Diabetes Patients
Capping insulin at $35 per month allows patients to focus on other tough aspects of the disease.
By Haley Weiss
March 7, 2023
The U.K. Briefly Mulled Killing All Pet Cats to Stop COVID-19
Former U.K. deputy health minister Lord Bethell said it was considered early in the pandemic when little about the virus was known.
By Armani Syed
March 2, 2023
White House Braces for Abortion Pill Ruling
Biden administration lawyers are watching the Texas case closely and are prepared to challenge the ruling if needed, the White House says.
By Brian Bennett
March 2, 2023
Big Pharma’s Patent Abuses Are Fueling the Drug Pricing Crisis
1 in 4 Americans cannot afford to take their medications because of Big Pharma's drug patent abuses, write Tahir Amin and David Mitchell.
By Tahir Amin and David Mitchell
February 24, 2023
How the Pandemic Changed Trans Care
The US government's embrace of telehealth was a gamechanger for those seeking gender-affirming care.
By Philip Elliott
February 17, 2023
The Water Crisis No One In America Is Fixing
"East Palestine joins a long list of other places in the United States facing major threats to clean water," writes Bryn Nelson
By Bryn Nelson
February 16, 2023
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