Study finds overdose rates doubled in neighborhoods following police raids. Disruptions to safer drug supply lines could play a role.
The Society of Family Planning started collecting abortion data in the months before Roe was overturned. Here’s what we know one year in.
The world is experiencing a water and sanitation crisis. Water microbiologist Joan Rose says sustainable water infrastructure is the future.
More research is needed to determine racism's negative health impacts on the Romani people, says Roma scholar Margareta Matache.
A new investigational product may open the door to male hormonal birth control.
Prevention and resilience are priorities for the National Institutes of Health's new program ARPA-H, says its new director, Renee Wegrzyn.
Nighttime temperatures are rising around the world. New research shows being too warm at night could disturb sleep, and lead to poorer health.
Research has established a clear, ongoing connection between systemic bias and health disparities.
Investors have long ignored public health, but the pandemic revealed failures that markets can fix.
Schools are helping students and faculty create health-oriented businesses.