Several members of the D.C.-based Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising have been convicted of trespassing and obstructing abortion clinics.
An industry has grown up around the condition, stirring concerns about overdiagnosis and overtreatment.
Medical records can contain seemingly objective descriptions that are actually full of coded language and subtext. How does that affect care?
The drugmaker has the best-selling vaccine to prevent COVID and the most effective drug to treat it.
Her parents are battling to stay and work in the U.S. so the American-born 11-year-old can get three new organs.
Just as Texas has tightened its laws surrounding abortion, Mexico has gone the opposite direction, compelling people to seek potentially less safe procedures south of the border.
A corporate CEO’s call for a fourth shot struck those closely watching the pandemic as self-serving.
Harvard’s Dr. Michael Mina is the latest to transition from public health to private business.
Who will really end up paying for these?
The World Trade Center Health Program is considering covering the most common form of uterine cancer, a key acknowledgment of the women affected by the 9/11 fallout.