How did a star researcher into the medical mystery of chronic fatigue syndrome end up in jail and unemployed. For the first time, Judy Mikovits tells Casey Schwartz her story.
Casey Schwartz is a former staff writer at Newsweek and The Daily Beast. She is currently at work on her first book, a personal look at the culture of modern psychiatry.
Chemotherapy helped her beat breast cancer, but did it also cause her new cancer? Casey Schwartz explains.
A government-selected panel of experts gives PSA screenings a D, reports Casey Schwarz, and critics cry foul.
Shellfish that can kill you in 30 minutes, ‘penis fish,’ and other medical nightmares. By Casey Schwartz.
The infection leaves survivors without limbs, scarred, and coping with reduced mobility—but happy to have survived, says Casey Schwartz.
A Georgia woman’s battle with the gruesome bacteria has captivated the Web.
The bacterial infection that cost a Georgia woman her leg and hands is rare, but lethal. By Casey Schwarz.
For the first time in psychiatric history, you could be diagnosed for burying yourself in stuff. Casey Schwartz reports.
The suicide of NFL linebacker Junior Seau has reignited the debate over head trauma, but concussions remain a perplexing medical mystery.