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How Anti-Choice Lawmakers Are Getting Around Roe v. Wade

Those 20-week abortion bans you keep hearing about are unconstitutional.
Sarika Chawla
4.3.17
is this real life?
is this real life?

Episode 2: That Time I Was Diagnosed With Cancer Right After My 33rd Birthday

It was a time alright.
Lindsay Jean Thomson
3.31.17
It's Science
It's Science

Evolution, Creationism, and the Great Appendix Debate

One of the human body's most mysterious organs is fueling the anti-evolution fire.
Shayla Love
3.31.17
How Not to Die
How Not to Die

ER Doctors Are Bringing Patients Back From the Dead

Using a machine from the 1950s.
Darragh O’Carroll, MD
3.30.17
suicide
suicide

Are Dentists Really More Prone to Suicide?

"You're in a career where nobody wants to see you and you're the last place they want to come back to and it's depressing."
Elizabeth Brown
3.28.17
survival guide
survival guide

The Deadliest Microbe in History Is Still Looming in the US

A third of all humans have tuberculosis. So why is so little being done?
Leah Rosenbaum
3.24.17
Hospital Confessions
Hospital Confessions

Terror, Shipwreck, Guns: 24 Hours in a Karachi Ambulance

Who would risk their safety to tend to the injured in a city caught between poverty and violence?
Samira Shackle
3.21.17
They're Reversible After All
They're Reversible After All

Are Vasectomies the New Condom?

More men are choosing to get snipped (and they're doing it in March so they can watch basketball while they recover). Welcome to Vas Madness.
Lisa Marshall
3.20.17
is this real life?
is this real life?

Episode 1: I'm a Ticking Time Bomb

It doesn't look like a cyst because it isn't a cyst.
Lindsay Jean Thomson
3.20.17
mental health
mental health

You Won't Find Happiness Without Deep, Dark Sadness

Don't believe anyone who says the secret is eight hugs a day.
Eric Spitznagel
3.10.17
world
world

The Death Doulas of Kerala

A network of volunteers is helping people in India end their days in peace.
Jeremy Laurance
2.28.17
Conundrums
Conundrums

Now That We Can Alter Our Genetic Code, Should We?

Facing a breast-cancer survivor, a doctor grapples with the implications of new gene-editing recommendations.
Siddhartha Mukherjee
2.24.17