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How Xavier Sends So Many Black Grads to Med School

by Maria Clark | June 20, 2018
Even at a young age Lawrence Cresswell knew he wanted to be a doctor. As a high schooler in New [...] Read more

Women’s Heart Disease Often Ignored, and It’s Killing Them

by Nikki Stamp | June 18, 2018
Hysteria was an ancient term used to describe uncontrollable emotions, resulting in the admissi [...] Read more

N.I.H.: Many Patients with Brain Injury Get No Follow-Up

by Sharon Reynolds | June 13, 2018
Millions of Americans go to the hospital each year for treatment of mild traumatic brain injury [...] Read more

C.D.C.: Suicide Rates Up 30% Since 1999

by Maggie Fox | June 11, 2018
Suicide rates are up by 30 percent across the nation since 1999, federal health officials repor [...] Read more

Many Women with Breast Cancer Can Skip Chemo, Research Finds

by Vikki Ortiz | June 06, 2018
Tens of thousands of patients diagnosed early each year with the most common type of breast ca [...] Read more

Why Hurricane Maria Killed Thousands, Not Dozens

by Paige Winfield Cunningham | June 04, 2018
On its own, Hurricane Maria doesn’t seem to have killed a large segment of Puerto Rico [...] Read more

Supreme Court Declines Challenge to Abortion Pill Law

by Robert Barnes | May 30, 2018
The Supreme Court on Tuesday turned down a challenge to a restrictive Arkansas law that for now [...] Read more

Trump Era Ban on Funding Groups Leads to More Abortions Globally

by Kylie Cheung | May 25, 2018
Surprisingly enough, this week in reproductive rights was quiet in the realm of state legislatu [...] Read more
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