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science of us
These Are Not Sad Stories
How graphic medicine humanizes the world of health care.
Aretha Franklin Is Reportedly Receiving Hospice Care
A source close to the singer reportedly updated CNN’s Don Lemon about her declining health.
science of us
Changing My Style to Mask My Health Issues
After major surgery, I had a newfound need for people to find me attractive.
My Life With a Colostomy Bag and a Hole in My Stomach
“It was really bizarre to see — you look down and there’s a bit of your intestine poking out.”
Should I Have a Mastectomy for My Children’s Sake?
As a mother with a genetic risk for breast cancer, I’m not sure what to do.
Breast-Cancer Deaths Have Dropped by Nearly 40 Percent, According to a Study
But it is still the most common cancer diagnosed in women.
Ask Polly: I Got Sick, Dumped, and Fired. What Now?
This is an incredible moment in your life.
mothers and daughters
Nursing My Mother, the ICU Nurse
I have waited all my life for this access to my mother, and I will take her, as she is — distant, forlorn, changed.
inevitable diet package
Body Talk: Eleven Couples on Changing Shape
Through thick and thin, in illness and health.