An examination of medical ethics and the practioners who define them.
Shame and how it keeps us from improving
We need to change how we care for people with type two diabetes, but unless we admit we need to change people’s health will suffer.
The inappropriate removal of an immigrant’s uterus is not that surprising in that it seems to be part of a much larger trend across America.
Inappropriate use of the emergency department
Reducing ED use isn’t as simple as it sounds, and there are competing conflicts of interests.
In the pursuit of happiness
Happiness is not a momentary sense of joy but a sustained sense of life satisfaction.
Food Safety and Security in times of COVID
Despite a sufficient food supply too many people remain hungry.
Variations in hospital cesarean section rates
Despite widely documented health risks, longer hospital stays, and higher costs, caesarean sections are still performed too often and risk impacting women’s health.