(Reuters Health) - Men and women who work on weekends may be more likely to develop depression, a UK study suggests. Although a growing number of people worldwide are working longer hours as more businesses
States with more permissive laws around guns have more mass shootings on average, according to a new study from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. On average, the researchers say, are
Inside the Centers for Disease Control’s Cold War–era training program to halt epidemics. If you were a Facebook friend of Dr. Daniel Pastula around 2014, you might have started to wish you’d gone to school.
Bill Jenkins, a government whistleblower who tried to halt the Tuskegee syphilis study that used black patients as guinea pigs, then switched his focus to epidemiology and spent decades battling racism