Victoria Linares’s docu-fiction hybrid Ramona amplifies the voices of the young women behind the statistics.
More often than not, the message from the US healthcare system to endometriosis sufferers is that their pain is all in their heads.
Doubt and uncertainty mark her account of family inheritance, photographic portraiture, and eldercare.
A new study discovered that going to museums can have myriad health benefits, such as improving feelings of depression, easing chronic pain, and decreasing the likelihood of being diagnosed with dementia.
Nao Bustamante has been thinking of ways to make the speculum less unpleasant for the millions of patients who encounter it each year.
As the pandemic continues, healthcare professionals use the social media app to share information, vent their frustrations, or just have some fun.
From Albrecht Dürer to LaToya Ruby Frazier, artists have for centuries depicted and reflected on health and illness.
In the mid-19th century, Philadelphia physician Thomas Story Kirkbride incorporated magic lantern slides into his “moral treatment” regimen at the Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane.
Mike Jay’s book This Way Madness Lies explores society’s approach to mental illness over centuries.
Contemplating paintings might not just offer psychological benefits, but also physical ones.