A new memoir takes a personal look at why today’s generation of rural, low-income Americans won't live as long as their parents.
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 current culture war isn’t the first time gender-affirming care has come under fire. It's time to break the cycle.
Anti-abortion groups are pushing for state control over reproductive health. We need a new vision in order to respond.
Health data doesn’t always make its way into the hands of people who need it—and some necessary data isn't collected at all.
People who struggle to afford the rising costs of scarce period supplies face higher risks of infection, and often miss work or school.
Native leaders welcome the federal government's move, even as they remain skeptical the effort will outlast Biden's term.
Author Tracy Kidder paints an empathic portrait of people experiencing homelessness and one man who chose to care for them—Dr. Jim O’Connell.
The way America fights obesity is increasing stigma and leading to harmful behavior. For truly better health, we need a new approach.
Advocates for paid family leave argue the policy leaves out a growing swath of older Americans: those without living family members.