We've been taught from a young age to wash our hands frequently and use powerful disinfectants to clean our homes. But how clean is too clean?
In November, Utah voters made medical marijuana legal with a ballot measure. However, legislation is already underway to restrict it.
The gender binary has long held sway over medical intervention for many kinds of treatments, especially for those who identify outside that binary.
Women deserve better care and experiences when it comes to giving birth, but the Free Birth Society may not be the answer.
China's decision to permit the sale of rhino horns and tiger bones is controversial - but it's more than an ecological crisis. It's also about traditional medicine and preserving a culture.
Women bear an excessive burden when it comes to preventing pregnancy. What happens when we include the other half of the population?
Fentanyl testing strips could save lives for drug users, but not without the support of city and state governments.
September is National Suicide Prevention month, so it's a good time to reflect -- where does the responsibility to prevent suicide lie?
Euthanasia is already a much-debated practice, and the case of Aurelia Brouwers only intensified the controversy.
Study drug usage is on the rise -- and that's a complicated ethical quandary.