Throughout the United States, deep and long-standing health inequities exist along socioeconomic and racial lines.
Stopping the spread of disease, misinformation, and science resistance
A closer look at infectious diseases and how medicines tackle them.
Misinformation can be powerful and destructive, but simple tools can help people separate fact from fiction.
Brigham clinicians and scientists reflect on unforgettable moments and lessons they learned this year.
Vivek Murthy, MD, MBA, the next U.S. surgeon general and Brigham alum, explores the public health benefits of social connection.
Parents often text and drive, according to new research from the Brigham.
Regan Bergmark, MD, discusses her distracted driving research in this Boston 25 News interview.
Is climate change making people sicker? Multi-disciplinary experts, convened by the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, explore this question together.
Study fills in data gaps to inform gun policy debate.