A biotechnology company wants to bring the brain dead back to life—literally.
An anti-vaxxer recently told me that she’d never change her mind, even if presented with sound scientific evidence.
Americans really don’t understand what GMOs are, but the food industry is giving into their fears anyway.
Most doctors have to choose between home and work, but I’ve made both possible. Here’s how.
Hsiu-Ying Tseng was an L.A.-area general practitioner and known ‘pill pusher.’ Now she’s facing second-degree murder charges after at least eight of her patients overdosed and died.
With public opinion of medical professionals at an all-time low, an anonymous essay exposing disturbing doctor behavior may have dealt the final blow.
While her patient was asleep, a Virginia anesthesiologist unloaded a toxic verbal assault—and while courts are making her pay, she’s still practicing medicine.
Smartphones and tablets are today’s version of the idiot box, and it turns out parents’ fears are true: Staring at a screen for hours is detrimental.
Despite what you see on Game of Thrones, a knife wound to the stomach does not an instant and mortal blow make. A trauma surgeon on what the show gets wrong about death.
After Candace broke her neck in a car accident, doctors prescribed OxyContin. When her insurance fell through, the single mother of two found something cheaper for the pain: heroin.