Health Professionals Should Work Together on Policy



In 1905, a Boston-based physician named Richard Cabot decided that medicine could do more to meet the social needs of patients. With his own money, he hired a nurse, Garnet Pelton, who began to [...]

What Can We Do About the Science Communication Crisis?



We have almost no data on how specific print, television, or Internet stories influence public perception of scientific issues—and it’s crucial to find out In the 2004 Academy Award-winning [...]

Reducing Lifestyle Diseases Means Changing Our Environment



I’ve always found gyms a bit strange. Think about it: Dozens of people sweating in close proximity, running on conveyor belts going nowhere, lifting and dropping heavy objects for no reason. [...]