It's increasingly complicated to untangle the potential for public health advances from a moralistic marketing scheme.
Once you open your mind to the possibilities that a life without autocorrect brings, I promise you won’t miss the safety net.
“I’d much rather have a resistant, alive youth than a dead one.”
Sue Jeiven is a tattoo artist in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. She's also living with Stage 4 breast cancer. We met her to talk about her work, her life, and her art serving as her legacy.
Direct-to-consumer genetic testing companies like 23AndMe and AncestryDNA that try to predict health issues are sometimes downright wrong, according to a new study.
Women are speaking up and raising awareness about obstetric violence, including surgeries, medications, and procedures they didn't consent to.
One cool trick could eliminate record-smashing medical expenditures lost to administrative inefficiency, price hikes, and overtreatment: Nationalize coverage!