Before modern medicine became widely trusted, Eastern European Jews turned to folk remedies to fight sickness of every kind
A wave of open Jew-hatred by medical professionals, medical schools, and professional associations in the wake of the Hamas slaughter suggests that a field entrusted with healing is becoming a licensed purveyor of hatred
A recent interview with the country’s top gender expert shows how out of step the American medical establishment is with its European counterparts
A handful of scientists and doctors have spent the past two years defending mainstream public health approaches and scientific rigor against the pandemic response bureaucracy
Chapter II: The kernel brilliance of vaccines
Chapter III: A new plague descends
Why so many are hesitant to get the COVID vaccines, and what we can do about it.
Chapter IV: Getting Out
Will antibiotics derived from insects have legs for observant Jews?
There are more reasonable approaches to science and COVID-19 than the ‘eradication’ mentality that we lean on. Here’s an example of one.
In the answer, and its consequences, a bioethicist finds moral lessons for today’s professional healer
Did turn-of-the-century Jews suffer disproportionately from diabetes, or was the early research anti-Semitic? An excerpt from a new history.
Another look at some common sense recommendations to help protect yourself against COVID-19
Guy Alexandre was the first surgeon to remove organs from a patient with a beating heart. His colleagues thought him a murderer; Alexandre disagreed and revolutionized our understanding of death.
‘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