Even Women Doctors Find Their Symptoms Aren’t Taken Seriously
Female doctors-turned-patients share their insights about why women’s symptoms are so often dismissed – and how to fix it.
Could U.S. Measles Cases Break a Record This Year? What to Know
Within the first 3 months of 2024, the U.S. surpassed the total number of measles cases recorded in all of 2023. Could the nation break a record this year? Here's what to know.
Emulsifiers Make Food Appetizing yet Bring Health Dangers
Emulsifiers don’t necessarily equal junk food. Such substances can be found in many foods that are often considered healthy, such as some low-fat Greek yogurts, trail mix bars, or oat milk.
Tylenol During Pregnancy Won’t Increase Risk of ADHD, Autism
New findings should bring comfort to pregnant people who need pain relief, given that full-dose aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs have been shown to pose serious risks to pregnant …
Helping Your Child Come to Terms With Their ADHD
A new diagnosis can bring relief -- but also new worries. Here’s how to navigate them with your child.
We asked readers on social media and in our weekly newsletter to share their thoughts about their most worrisome health concerns. What is one disease or medical issue for which you would most like …
One of the greatest advancements in women’s rights, equality, and healthcare was born in Chicago   Fact checked by Shannon Sparks   For 73-year-old Sue Straus, there is a distinct before and …
One of the greatest advancements in women’s rights, equality, and healthcare was born in Chicago   Fact checked by Shannon Sparks   For 73-year-old Sue Straus, there is a distinct before and …
Fact checked by Shannon Sparks   Daniel Hale Williams, born in 1850s Pennsylvania, faced challenges from an early age. His father died when he was young. His mother abandoned him. And, in …

How to Retool Your Parenting Skills When Raising a Child With ADHD

A new diagnosis calls for an adjustment to your discipline strategy. Here’s what may work best for your child.

City-country mortality gap widens amid persistent holes in rural health care access

By Jazmin Orozco Rodriguez In Matthew Roach’s two years as vital statistics manager for the Arizona Department of Health Services, and 10 years previously in its epidemiology program, he has …

Fighting in the courts may lead to more care options for people with disabilities

By Anne Blythe It has been a busy few weeks in the courts for an organization that has been a staunch advocate for North Carolinians with disabilities. Disability Rights North Carolina announced …

Biden administration’s action on PFAS: A shift in quality of life?

By Will Atwater  One thing that stood out during Monday’s solar eclipse was the shift in light quality as the moon crept across in front of the sun, shielding the Earth from its rays …
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