Dr. Lara Freidenfelds explains how our mindset has changed over time and the repercussions that follow.
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Author Alden Wicker exposes the fashion industry’s frequent use of harsh and toxic chemicals that are serious threats to our health.
Dr. Brooke Ellison, a quadriplegic, and Dr. Jeffrey Bishop explore the many ethical decisions that surround end-of-life care.
Dr. Steve Levine explains how the treatment works and if the therapy will be covered by insurance.
Experts explain how the disabled community is often left behind in society, medicine, and bioethics.
Is the freedom of gig work worth the lack of regulation, protections, and benefits? We explore the perception and psychology of gig workers.
For many long-term, young patients, children's hospitals become their entire world and not just the place where they receive treatment.
Experts reveal small actions that can make a big difference in the health of America’s children.
Experts break down the marketing strategies used to get product attention in grocery stores and online.
Experts discuss the many different applications of AI and how we can expect to interact with the technology in the field of medicine going forward.
Peter Taub, a professor of pediatrics, says plagiocephaly ("flat head syndrome") isn’t a syndrome at all and doesn’t cause any neurologic symptoms.
Many alternative sweeteners have tried to solve this sugar dilemma, but Dr. Ryder believes the best solution can be found in plant proteins.