What is the sickness that leads inhabitants to sleep for days?
For a time, NGOs thought they’d eradicated the disease. But now it’s back.
On mirror-touch synethesia, the power (or curse) of knowing exactly how others feel.
A drug derived from cannabis was the only thing that could control a young boy’s seizures.
Eighty percent of North American teenagers are in the care of an orthodontist. On our obsession with perfect teeth.
Juries trust DNA. But should they?
A midwife, a rash of stillbirths and miscarriages, and a town whose economy depends on fracking.
The intricacies of a delicate operation.
Excerpted from Do No Harm: Stories of Life, Death and Brain Surgery
Chronicling 1,541 days with a car accident survivor.
The plight of the uninsured in a red state.