Reporter Jake Harper of Side Effects Public Media follows a dialysis patient in Indiana whose regular dialysis wasn’t covered by Medicaid so she had to turn to charity care for treatment.
For years, an Oregon clinic has promoted the tournament as a good time for a vasectomy. Other clinics are jumping on the bandwagon.
This spring, doctors at the University of Pennsylvania and Johns Hopkins University will try transplanting kidneys from Hep C-infected donors into uninfected patients.
The flu is peaking all around the country, even though it is spring.
In his new book, John Elder Robison discusses the innovative brain therapy that dramatically changed his life and mind.
Members help cover one another’s medical costs as they arise. There are no guarantees and preventive care is not included.
Eric Lander, founding director of the Broad Institute, a biomedical and genomic research center, discusses the future of medicine.
Some people thought it must have been a mistake: why would a trans man want to be pregnant? But Junior didn’t see it that way.
This is the first year that undocumented immigrants who applied openly to medical school are trying to match for residency.
The heavy metal hasn’t always been so unpopular. In fact, for decades lead was a desirable plumbing material.
Snyder told the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee that a failure of bureaucracy “at all levels” caused the water crisis.
Dustin Weigl is calling for new safety standards after his brother was killed by a truck turning right from the left lane.
PFOA, a suspected carcinogen, has been found in more than 80 private wells near a former factory in North Bennington.
As overdose deaths rise, people are taking a second look at how doctors prescribe opioids and how the leftover pills are disposed of.
What might the admission mean for the future of the game? We talk with Chris Nowinski of the Concussion Legacy Foundation.