Hesitancy and misinformation have marked th eCovid vaccine campaign. How do we respond when the hesitant are healthcare workers?
Traditional Chinese Medicine, known as TCM, has persisted into the 21st century through a mix of cultural relevance and strong government support.
Surrogacy is an increasingly common method of achieving a pregnancy, but it poses scientific challenges and emotional demands.
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 Georgie Senate's Bill 377, which would prevent university teaching on "divisive concepts" such as racism, will be a critical interference in public health education.
A summary of important health news from the past week. Covid-19 May Cause Brain Changes, Even With Mild Infection By: Shawn Radcliffe, Healthline In an article from Healthline, Shawn Radcliffe reports about a new study that finds that brain changes…
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.
The documentary "The Game Changers" examines plant-based diets and their effect on athletes. DO its claims hold up?
The incidence of autoimmune diseases is rising in the US, but their causes remain a mystery.
Nutritional supplements aren't regulated by the FDA. How can consumers be sure they are buying something worthwhile and safe?