It’s against the law to examine someone without their consent — but one ER doctor's colleagues do it anyway.
New York midwife Elizabeth Catlin faces 95 individual felony counts at her upcoming trial. For what? For doing her job. Politics and patriarchy make the work of many credentialed, experienced mid...
Just read it. And go wash your hands.
You can understand how the dura mater connects to the arachnoid mater, but that doesn't mean you understand the mind.
In the face of chronic pain, invisible illness, and medical discrimination, Talia Hibbert turned to tatoos to reclaim ownership of her body.
Alyson Pomerantz reframes her understanding of illness when an allergic reaction turns out to be something else.
How does receiving a donated organ affect a person's sense of self? Caitlin Dwyer explores the lives of organ donor recipients and their intimate relationships with donor families.
The science of medicine is based on male bodies, but researchers are beginning to realize how vastly the symptoms of disease differ between the sexes — and how much danger women are in.
Recovering addicts are fighting the opioid epidemic.
“I thought, ‘This is it, this is how I’m going to die, right here on the table, and my family will never know what my last few hours were like because no one’s even noticing what’s goin...