Rising rates of alcohol-related liver disease means we must change transplant criteria, says medical student John Messinger.
Experts discuss how to best contain outbreaks as climate change and political instability make the cholera pandemic a continued 21st century threat.
The WHO's "End TB" strategy falters as COVID-19, armed conflicts, and natural disasters redirect aid, disrupt TB detection and treatment.
Addiction treatment remains scarce, so why don’t more doctors treat it? Medical student John Messinger says stigma is a major barrier.
With an early diagnosis lung cancer is no longer a death sentence. Annual screening could save almost 25,000 lives.
Only 5% of adults eligible for the new COVID booster have received it. Local health departments can change that.
Superbugs kill more than a million people annually. What are policymakers waiting on?
How Harvard Chan School researchers are taking action on climate change .
Radiation biologist Kristopher Sarosiek zeroes in on why the severity of COVID-19 varies so widely.
Updates on vaccines for malaria and HPV, tampons as a human right, how other countries see American health care, and more.