Anti-vaxxers have been around as long as there have been vaccines.
In the 1930s, mothers wrote to the US president and the federal Children’s Bureau asking for support for their sick children. They rarely received help.
The pursuit of happiness is often considered an ideal, but it may be possible to have too much—or the wrong kind—of a good thing.
Or, how a moribund act of legislation continues to shape the fight for reproductive rights in the United States.
The Great Hanshin Earthquake of 1995 highlighted the lack of financial and logistical support for people with disabilities to live independently.
Maintaining healthy and good relationships with coworkers may help mitigate the risks of workplace burnout.
The groundwork for the field of planetary health was laid by a range of disciplines and movements, including medicine, ecology, health, and feminism.
More women than men experience chronic pain, and that pain is often dismissed in clinical settings. Can a new approach to language and close listening help?
Capitalizing on stereotypes earned Chinese-American practitioners patients, but it also helped keep them confined to the margins of American society.
While the rise of long COVID and its many symptoms may be surprising and difficult to diagnose, post-viral diseases are nothing new.