As wildfires burn longer and fiercer, doctors are trying to work out how today's smoke will affect tomorrow's health.
By virtue of both income and ethnicity, new Americans have the odds stacked against them when it comes to finding a healthy place to live.
New research finds presenting them with actual numbers can change their behavior.
Forging strong partnerships between hospitals, community organizations, and patients is crucial to successfully facilitating more fundamental shifts in health care.
New research is working toward creating simple physical tests that could shed light on diseases like anxiety and depression.
New research suggests it creates a cognitive reserve the brain can utilize when other regions start to decay.
The surge is also expected to show up in last year's data.
New research finds that housing instability can affect the mental and physical health of family members of all ages.
Quality of medical care and mortality are frequently linked to socioeconomic success. But for African Americans, that's often not the case.
Meet the people working to fix America's disability disaster response after a year of dire weather.
Spanish flu, HIV/AIDS, drug overdoses: Epidemics that affect the young often show up dramatically in the data.
Homeopathic products include everything from the radically alternative to certain over-the-counter cold and allergy medicines.
A reminder that wildfires have wide-ranging and surprising effects.
Pacific Standard checks out the studies.
Here's what individuals and communities can do to protect themselves.