Oncologists at independent practices relay how they weathered the storm and kept their practices open.
Is providing chemotherapy infusions in the home setting safe? Oncologists discuss the evidence and their experiences
This column investigates five common concerns that people have about environmental cancer risks and explores how robust the link to cancer actually is.
As medical interns step into their new roles as doctors, one resident gives us a window into her experiences in the COVID ICU.
The pandemic has exacerbated mental health issues among health care providers. This two-part series examines why more doctors don’t seek help and the consequences this distress can have.
Preprint servers post research in mere days. This speed has advantages during a health crisis, but it also comes with risks.
One institution’s efforts to restructure call for acute care surgeons
How often are surgeons injured on the job? GSN examines the evidence
Surgeons discuss their efforts to remain afloat during the pandemic
An inside look at a university's misconduct investigation and the $100,000 settlement
Chronic worrying stems from a craving for control. But the more we fret, the less our bodies are able to cope with stress
This practice may replace medication or alleviate its side effects
Lightheadedness and disorientation are among the most common side effects of prescription drugs
This journalist-written piece explores the complex evidence on how surgery and anesthesia might harm the brain, particularly for older patients
This researcher-written feature examines why diets backfire and what weight-loss methods actually work
An Ask the Brains column exploring the neural changes that occur when we're in love