A growing body of evidence shows gas stoves may pose health risks, especially in housing with poor ventilation, and contribute to climate change.
A lot fell through the cracks during the COVID-19 pandemic, but one doctor argues we have a clear way forward.
A pediatric psychologist argues primary care providers will need more resources to screen children for anxiety and depression.
With an early diagnosis lung cancer is no longer a death sentence. Annual screening could save almost 25,000 lives.
Your vote on Tuesday is good for democracy and your health, says Zoe Siegel.
Only 5% of adults eligible for the new COVID booster have received it. Local health departments can change that.
Two years after a landmark report on health disparities, a Yale New Haven cardiologist sees signs of hope
Keith Churchwell discusses glimmers of progress following his 2020 report on structural racism and heart disease.
Across the U.S., efforts are being made to increase equity and reduce bias in the practice of health.
New York City's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene began anti-racist work by establishing metrics.
Local officials are using regressive zoning laws to halt the expansion of syringe services. Experts say those laws discriminate against people who use drugs.