Photo by Tembinkosi Sikupela on Unsplash (rights-free) The racial disparities in pregnancy and birthing experiences in the US is an urgent and important issue, one that needs to be explored beyond the statistics and numbers. NATAL, a narrative podcast about…
A new documentary explores the ethical and financial implications of oocyte preservation – egg freezing.
Vix's podcast "Today, Explained" takes up the changes to federal mask policies.
In the documentary "Period. End of Sentence," women in a rural Indian village combat menstruation stigma by learning to make and distribute their own sanitary pads, against male opposition.
The Health Storytelling series of livestreamed Q&As with authors of provocative new books returns with Dr. Emily Willingham and her new book, The Tailored Brain.
Recommendation: The NPR podcast Short Wave dives into the controversy around making daylight saving time permanent.
A stressed-out filmmaker, a 92-year-old monk and the self-described "happiest man in the world" hike Argentina's Patagonia region in search of life's purpose.
The Emory CSHH Author Q&A series returns next week, featuring Dr. Jo Handelsman of the University of Wisconsin and the Obama White House on her new book, A World Without Soil.
Clinical pharmacist Dr. Bernard Hsu, known on social media as Chubby Emu, has attracted almost 2.5 million followers with his dramatic medical storytelling.
The two-week Atlanta Science Festival returns this Saturday with events around the city, culminating in an all-day celebration in Piedmont Park on March 26.