medicine

10 women. 10 life or death tales.

We talked to providers who play a role in heart transplants. Here are their stories.

They traveled to Mexico for surgery. They came back with a deadly superbug.

In Tijuana, U.S. residents caught a rare and potentially fatal strain of antibiotic-resistant bacteria

I wanted to provide abortions for my patients. My medical school wouldn’t teach me how.

Where I grew up, in the River Valley of western Arkansas, nobody said the word ‘abortion’ out loud

She donated her body to science. Now she’ll become the world’s most detailed virtual cadaver.

Susan Potter’s story was tracked for 16 years by National Geographic

The government is stepping up aid to mothers and newborns affected by opioids

Babies born with neonatal abstinence syndrome endure painful withdrawal symptoms as they’re weaned off drugs

The vast majority of people suffering from migraines are women. Why?

Of those who experience chronic migraine attacks, as many as 85 percent are women