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Health and Disease
Health and Disease news and analysis from The Nation
February 16, 2018
Austin Just Brought Paid Sick Leave to the South
Thanks to a savvy, progressive coalition, Austinites will no longer have to work through heart attacks, flus, and stomach bugs.
February 12, 2018
The ‘Right-to-Try’ Unproven Pharmaceuticals Is a Right-Wing Scheme
Proposals to loosen the Food and Drug Administration’s oversight of experimental drugs sound compassionate—but there’s little evidence they’ll help patients.
January 30, 2018
How I Learned to Be Hungry
America’s nutrition conundrum can mean swinging between two extremes of bad eating.
December 1, 2017
Prosecuting Drug-Addicted Pregnant Women Helps No One
Kasey Dischman was charged with a crime for overdosing and delivering her daughter prematurely. She’s still in jail.
November 24, 2017
In Prison, Women Are 9 Times More Likely to Be HIV-Positive
The disparity between infection rates in incarcerated and non-incarcerated women highlights the deeply unequal state of our criminal-justice system.
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November 22, 2017
Oppose Alex Azar, President Trump’s Pick for Health and Human Services Secretary
While he was at Eli Lilly, the company more than tripled the price of its best-selling insulin.
November 14, 2017
States of Neglect: Oklahoma, Iowa, and Maine Are Failing Disabled Residents
Individuals with disabilities helped saved Medicaid at the federal level. Now states are abandoning them.
David M. Perry
November 7, 2017
A Chicken-Nugget Theory of Capitalism
One breaded snack can tell us so much.
November 3, 2017
Sign Up for ‘Take Action Now,’ the Newsletter that Helps You Connect to the Resistance
Every Tuesday, “Take Action Now” features three actions involving time commitments ranging from five minutes to many days.
November 3, 2017
America’s Dental Gap Has Left People Relying on Pliers, Chisels, and Whiskey
A free clinic fights decay in Tennessee.