How a substandard abortion provider stays in business.
Monday, January 27
Saturday, January 25
After being extinct for 70 million years, the coelacanth came back to life.
Friday, January 24
The rise of an expensive, experimental stem-cell treatment in China and the medical tourism it attracts.
Monday, January 20
How the ski town of the super-rich is responding to global warming.
A physician reports on his own catastrophic injury.
Saturday, January 18
Friday, January 17
One man’s quest to have a healthy leg amputated.
Monday, January 13
It comes from the soil of the desert Southwest. Inhaled, it can cause incurable, even fatal illness. And, thanks to global warming, valley fever is spreading fast.
Saturday, January 11
How a self-taught doctor from Delhi cornered the black market in kidneys, building one of the world’s most lucrative organ-trading rings, until it all came crashing down.
Friday, January 10
For centuries, a little town in Belgium has been treating the mentally ill. Why are its medieval methods so successful?
Saturday, January 4
Friday, January 3
Unraveling a lucrative crime ring.