HealthyWomen's "Presidency, Congress and the Supreme Court" looks at the role each branch may play in the year to come
New research shows that people who experienced high levels of racial discrimination as teenagers had significantly higher levels of depression in their 20s, and accelerated aging on a cellular level
During Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we look at why domestic violence is on the rise and how to create an exit plan
Latino and Black patients are less likely to receive pain medications or get referred for advanced care than white patients with the same complaints
Fear of the pandemic and historically poor outcomes for Black women giving birth in hospitals is fuelling a demand for home births.
Lessons From How the Polio Vaccine Went From the Lab to the Public That Americans Can Learn From Today
The most significant biomedical advance of the past century had a rocky start, but ultimately the polio vaccine led to the disease being eradicated.
Chadwick Boseman’s Death From Colorectal Cancer Underscores an Alarming Increase in Cases Among Younger Adults as Well as Health Gaps for African Americans
The tragic death of Chadwick Boseman at age 43 following a four-year battle against colorectal cancer underscores two important public health concerns.
Sen. Kamala Harris recently introduced legislation to support uterine fibroids research and education.