By Carole Joffe This post originally appeared at RHRealityCheck. Here are some things that have occurred in the immediate aftermath of the tragic slaughter of children and their teachers in Newtown, Connecticut: More signatures on a petition calling for gun...
Beacon Press is giving away copies of two books about grief.
The first book to explore the idea and effect of moral injury on veterans, their families, and their communities
Unlike many of the challenges abortion providers face, "A natural disaster at least is something we can cope with and then it’s over.”
Conversations about military and veteran suicides often miss a likely factor in the high numbers: moral injury.
The problem of military sexual harassment and assault is the subject of a documentary film, The Invisible War, which won the US Documentary Audience Award at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
Carl Elliott examines the different responses to medical ethics scandals in New Zealand and at his home institution, the University of Minnesota.
Carole Joffe honors those whose perseverance in the face of incredible pressure continue to fight for women's reproductive freedoms.
SCOTUS broke its recent mold, Handing down a nice uphold! Meanwhile back in Romney camp, Handkerchiefs & brows are damp. --Elinor Lipman @ElinorLipman Some commentary and insights about today's Supreme Court decision in NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESS v. SEBELIUS:...
Carl Elliott interviews Dr. Adriane Fugh-Berman of Pharmed Out.
A recent opinion piece in USA Today is a move toward wider support in the medical community for abortion providers.
On our blog: an interview with two documentary filmmakers whose new film was inspired by White Coat, Black Hat by Carl Elliott.
Timothy Caulfield sorts through the myths and misinformation about how to get and stay healthy.
When does the Christian Right not like prayer? When those praying are faithful supporters of a woman's right to choose.
Millions of today's young adults were raised on psychiatric medications. A new book explores what impact that has on individuals and society.
The intersection of mental health and "trendy" prescriptions, and what it means for patients.
"Death" and "severe, life-changing injury" are just some of the possible side effects of stem-cell tourism in the Lone Star State.
Glaxo Smith-Kline heroically funds a new research prize in the face of the naysayers who get upset about a little fraud.
Despite recent "wins" in the war over contraception, the abortion wars are still raging, at the expense of women's health.
Patricia Harman looks at the personal costs of political battles over women's health.