A father-son story.
A peek behind the urological privacy curtain
Ground Zero can be a wonderful place to start — How Dr. Mark Goulston became “heartfelt”.
Between 210,000 and 440,000 people die every year as a result of preventable hospital mistakes. How many of those are casualties of weight bias?
For Mike Copperman, a family hike turned into a realization of the roles he and his father share in each other’s lives.
The medical establishment is probably the last place to seek reliable information about mind-blowing sex. You already have everything you need to experience it right now.
OR: A brief history of why I hated doctors for so long, and why I finally stopped.
Beating the system: Festus Ohan’s story shines through the stereotypes.
“Today my niece is such a normal, healthy, rambunctious first grader, that it is hard to believe she ever got off to such a fragile start.”
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Steve Edwards recalls in postcard-sized vignettes the strangeness, humor, and grace leading up to the birth of his son.
Steve Edwards argues that the day he became an advocate for his son’s undiagnosed medical problems was the day he truly became a father.
An experienced caregiver shares three tips for injecting humanity into an often cold & arbitrary heath-care system
This is what thankful looks like.