The Secretary of Health and Human Services identifies what the current administration has gotten right in dealing with the issue of poverty.
Fall is absolutely my favorite season. Even though it marks the end of the summer (which is short up here in Canada) and the beginning of winter (which is long, cold and dark, for the same reason), I always look forward to crisp autumn days, the turning of the leaves and, most of all, fall […]
Pioneering surgeon talks about his memoir, which offers insight into how unconscious stereotyping influences doctor-patient interactions, diagnosis and treatment.
While the tablets can protect the thyroid from absorption of radioactive iodine that is released in a nuclear crisis, the West Coast folks who are popping and/or stockpiling the pills are not going to come into contact with levels high enough to warrant the consumption of the pills.
“Nuclear meltdown” is certainly a dramatic phrase. But after speaking to a former NRC commissioner, it became clear that it is not a scientific term.
Surgeon and author of The Checklist Manifesto explains how coping with complexity has become the biggest 21st-century struggle.
Leading cancer physician dissects the history of cancer, which he calls ‘the defining disease of our generation.’
Science writer discusses lessons learned from research for her book The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks.
Corporate watchdog and Deadly Spin author discusses his struggle with his whistleblower status and describes the post-healthcare-reform industry spin.
UCLA professor of health services and author of Instant Recess explains why what’s good for the waistline is good for the bottom line.