A lawsuit percolating through the courts attempts to weigh the religious liberty of Orthodox Jews with a dire and compelling public health interest.
In times of crisis, like with the measles outbreak in Washington, we should think about ways to increase vaccine accessibility and knowledge.
Killing the unborn isn’t the answer to high-risk pregnancy. We should focus on helping mothers and their children, from conception to childbirth—and beyond.
Women don’t know the risks associated with putting off pregnancy. As a result, we’re seeing an increase in high-risk pregnancies and high-risk births.
The U.S. medical community defines maternal mortality differently than the WHO, and keeps better records for the women in its care than other countries do.
Thanks to anti-vaxxers, we could see an outbreak of measles, ‘one of the most contagious and most lethal of all human diseases,’ this year. Protect your kids.
A measles outbreak–and enclaves of Californians opposed to vaccines–are spun into an attack on Republicans. This time the bias threatens public health.
We’ve had mandatory vaccine policies in the U.S. since before the Emancipation Proclamation. Why are they controversial now?
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