For decades, the U.S. medical establishment has adhered to a legally recognized standard for death. Why not for the inception of life?
Race is often conflated with biology in medicine. A more nuanced approach is emerging: using culturally competent care in treatment.
Recent Texas abortion restrictions also limit safe miscarriage treatment. What does Texas’ current reality mean for a future without Roe?
Spring rain, summer drought, and heat are predicted to create better conditions for mosquitoes to spread the West Nile virus across the U.S.
Some schools are buying air purification systems that may not work as well as a standard HEPA filter, according to air quality experts.
Suicides have risen among Black, Hispanic and other communities of color during COVID-19. But the rates were already escalating before the pandemic struck.
Notices of an alarming illness causing swollen eyes and death among songbirds in the mid-Atlantic to Indiana are on the decline.
Instead of yesteryear’s dry and dusty lectures, science communicators are creating new and exciting ways to engage with science.