Medicine

When Will Our Schools Be Safe?

Both reopening schools and teaching remotely carry important drawbacks for children and parents alike. A pediatrician tells Democracy about the best path forward for educating our kids during COVID.

By Hannah Lichtsinn

COVID-19 and the People's Vaccine

After decades of price gouging, a lack of access to essential medicines, and millions of unnecessary deaths, it's time for science in the public interest.

By Sophia Crabbe-Field

When Everyone Has Health Care

As discussions of single-payer health care have intensified, what can we learn from those practicing medicine in Canada's single-payer system?

By Danyaal Raza

Medical Residents Are Overworked

And why we would all do best to address it.

By Ryan Park

Why We Must All Fight Antimicrobial Resistance

The international community is finally coming to terms with the urgent threat of antimicrobial resistance. Can the UN high-level meeting be a first step toward tackling it?

By Laura H. Kahn