It’s time society took seriously the care and protection of its most vulnerable citizens.
A rally was held outside the jail on Saturday to offer solidarity.
Unsafe procedures are killing women at high rates, and U.S. policy is part of the problem.
The deal agreed on at a U.N. conference in Poland enables countries to put into action the principles of the 2015 Paris climate accord.
The dean of Yale’s medical school is among leading medical figures who have not accurately disclosed relationships with drug companies.
A new and authoritative study warns of an “overwhelming impact” on public health just from extended heat waves as the world continues to warm.
Violence by rebel groups and hostility by some locals challenge health workers.
Dec. 1 marks the 30th World AIDS Day—and despite leaps forward in medicine and awareness in affluent parts of the world, it’s still a big problem elsewhere.
A woman in Michigan received a letter recommending she fundraise money in order to receive the procedure.