Times have changed and new data suggests that daily aspirin isn’t as helpful as once thought.
Nov. 17from Second Opinion
Imagine that you’ve just had a baby. The baby is three months premature, and both of you have to spend time recovering in the hospital.
Nov. 13from Greater LA
Nine USC students have died since school started in late August. While campus officials haven’t disclosed the causes behind all of deaths, three have been attributed to suicide.
Nov. 13from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals have been living in limbo for a long time.
Nov. 12from Greater LA
Culture plays a huge role in how we manage our last living days.
Nov. 10from Second Opinion
Our brains receive pleasure from cell phones, social media, food, sex. Those are dopamine generators. Now there’s a new health craze in Silicon Valley.
Nov. 7from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Earlier this week, authorities confiscated $1.5 billion worth of illegal cannabis in the state.
Nov. 7from Greater LA
While miscommunication is never good, in medicine it can lead to poorer medical outcomes and overall dissatisfaction.
Nov. 3from Second Opinion
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren unveiled her plan for how she’d pay for Medicare for All without raising taxes on the middle class.
Nov. 2from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
People who rely on plug-in health devices or medicine that requires refrigeration are scrambling to find ways to avoid potentially life-threatening disruptions now and in future fire season shutdowns.
Nov. 1from NPR
High school reporter Azucena Hilario says her peers are vaping because of stress.
Nov. 1from KCRW Features
Many people are being affected by the wildfires in Southern and Northern California right now.
Oct. 29from Greater LA
40 million American provide some level of care to members of their family, and for most it isn’t easy.
Oct. 27from Second Opinion
Journalist Kate Pickert was 35 when she was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer.
Oct. 24from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
When a lifer steps out of prison after so many years, often decades, they are smacked with an onslaught of smells, sights, and unfamiliar sensations.
Oct. 21from Greater LA
At its peak, California had 173,000 prisoners in a system built to house half that many people. Prisoners were sleeping on top of each other in hallways and gyms.
Those supplements you’re taking and paying lots for – do they really provide any benefits?
Oct. 20from Second Opinion
Did you tick the donor box when you got your driver’s license?
Oct. 17from Greater LA
Sources of so-called “forever chemicals” are all around us: non-stick frying pans, water-resistant clothing and carpeting, food packaging.
Oct. 15from Greater LA
Though polls show Affordable Care Act protections remain popular in the U.S., President Trump still threatens to drastically change the law if he can't repeal it. Here are five changes he's made.
Oct. 14from NPR