‘We all owe this man, and now I most of all, because I can see because of him’
Amending the Jewish take on organ and whole body donation
Pushing the Hippocratic Oath in service of foreign policy puts doctors on the frontlines
Ezras Nashim will provide emergency medical care for female patients in Boro Park while maintaining standards of modesty
The surgeon and writer, who died this month, tackled life’s tough questions
On a kibbutz south of Tel Aviv, medical marijuana helps soothe the pain of cancer patients and Holocaust survivors
As a doctor, I know there’s a power higher than me. That’s why I pray every day for the people I’m treating.
Jeffrey Kahn and his wife are set to open one of the first medical marijuana dispensaries in Washington, D.C.
This week’s parasha teaches us that in matters of life and death, it’s best to just close our eyes, roll the dice, and trust in blind luck
When immigrant Lower East Side moms rioted over tonsillectomies
After a young woman’s 1871 death, the press took aim at an immigrant from Plotsk
Immunization fears lead to another outbreak among New York’s ultra-Orthodox
What makes a body Jewish?
Examining Maimonides with Sherwin Nuland