Second Opinion

Second Opinion

An examination of medical ethics and the practioners who define them.

Despite large barriers, Romania struggles to provide its 20 million citizens with adequate health care.

We are more than just the sum of our genes - the environment in which those genes work can have a large impact on our physical and mental health.

It feels good, but there is biology that suggests it actually improves health.

Times have changed and new data suggests that daily aspirin isn’t as helpful as once thought.

Culture plays a huge role in how we manage our last living days.

While miscommunication is never good, in medicine it can lead to poorer medical outcomes and overall dissatisfaction.

40 million American provide some level of care to members of their family, and for most it isn’t easy.

Those supplements you’re taking and paying lots for – do they really provide any benefits?