This medical success has major implications for the future of touch-enabled prosthetics.
Dr. Alun Withey takes on old medical advice that might not be so advantageous for your health today.
Social attitudes towards sickness in a society at a time where records of medical encounters are frustratingly rare.
The article confirmed what I had already known for about a decade: I was doomed to a nasty, short, and miserable life.
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?
On my PTSD, a Bruce Springsteen concert, and how I have to learn to open up in order to heal.
Soft and spectacular: Michael Russer explains how Erectile Dysfunction enabled him and his partner to soar to unimagined heights of intimacy.
The good, the bad, and the ugly with weed and mental illness.
This comment is by Adam McPhee on Kile Ozier’s post, “Good Grief”.
“I cried like a baby for three months as my son fought for his life in a St. Louis Children’s Hospital.”
This is a comment by Josh Magill on the post “Parents, This is Our Edict”.
“There is nothing worse than being a NICU parent, but there is nothing greater than being one who is blessed and lucky enough to take your child home.”
These are comments by Harley, Samara, and Mark on the post “There Are No Gender Politics in the NICU – Baby With a ‘Bucket List’”.
“As a man who’s had herniated cervical discs for over 20 years, I can say that the support of a partner makes a HUGE difference!”
These are comments by Dr. Adam Sheck, Arthur MacMaster, Jess on the post “23 Tips For Men on Supporting a Partner with Chronic Pain”.
“Admonishing someone with depression is like telling a paraplegic person ‘I don’t see the problem, just get up and walk!'”
Have you ever been depressed? Did you have people telling you just to get over it? Or to just “think positively” and “believe in yourself”, expecting it to go away like magic? How did you respond?