Dive into parachute science, a parasitic approach to data gathering that cuts host country researchers off from opportunities in their field.
Insulin prices have exponentially risen over the last several years and patients cannot afford the rising costs. Big Pharma is benefiting from an industry in which the only party to lose is the patient.
Gomes Eanes De Zurara was a chronicler during the European Age of Discovery. He also wrote what was effectively propaganda intended to portray slavery and conquest as “saving savages”.
Women make up roughly half of our population and yet they remain underrepresented in medical research.
Most immigrant patients at the ER don’t speak English, let alone intricate medical terms.
For some, dumpster diving is a way to sustain themselves. But for others, it’s a more ethical way to live.
Qatar is a controversial host country for the FIFA World Cup 2022. So, should you still watch it?
As popular as it still is, the sitcom Friends wouldn’t be written today the way it was written in the 90s.
From wildfires to accidental killings, gender reveal parties have caused all kinds of damage — but the most important kind is the impact they leave on children.
Why did HP Lovecraft name his cat a racist slur? We answer that question and provide you with 10 alternative works of literature by black authors.
Transparent California was made to increase public understanding of government compensation packages, but it’s created more questions than it has answered.
Small businesses can make a huge imprint on the communities they’re involved in. Here are the ways your small business can be a better ally.
Having a partner come out as polyamorous can be rough. Here’s how I dealt with my wife being poly.
There is a housing bubble across many countries in the world, including USA and Canada, and experts are saying it’s on its way to a burst.
What is catcalling? While some insist that they’re just trying to give a compliment, here are the real stats on catcalling and what it does to its victims.
Cognitive biases make it easier for us to make decisions, but they also open us up to manipulation from outside forces.