Veterans are one of the most high-risk populations for suicide, with the veteran suicide rate rising each year. Many programs exist to try to combat this issue.
An increased amount of time spent using devices with screens increases exposure to blue-light, which can wreak havoc on melatonin levels and circadian rhythm.
Access to dental health became uncertain and potentially unsafe during the COVID-19 pandemic. This has led to many new innovations, like tele-health visits.
Until recently, kidney screening procedures unfairly and negatively impacted Black patients, blocking those who needed care from accessing it.
People in the southern U.S. are overrepresented in the total population of people living with HIV, a phenomena that may be due to a number of cultural reasons.
The American political environment has seen a dramatic shift toward hostility and polarization. This partisanship has disastrous consequences for public health.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden pledges to build upon the Affordable Care Act. But how do his health care plans compare to Sanders’?
Despite the high prevalence of maternal mental health issues, many women go undiagnosed and untreated. What are healthcare providers doing to combat this issue?
California legalized marijuana for recreational use in 2016. The state’s legal policies regarding drugged driving still remain inconclusive.
Effective family planning can have a huge impact on environmental sustainability at the individual level and on a larger global scale.