Maturing survivors of domestic violence need a long-term life course approach to health care.
Obesity is about more than stigma, it is about exceeding one’s social space.
Biohacking and Fitbits promise better health, but deliver a very Victorian mindset.
Mixed methods approaches, community engagement, and indigenous perspectives help uncover the links between Inuit culture and health.
Anthropologists challenge threats to health care coverage for immigrants and people living with disability in the United States.
A new bioarchaeological approach suggests health care has a long human history.
In Washington, DC, people who use opioids confront the epidemic and intervene to stop death.
Tanzanians are redefining health and the forms of governance that might be promoted in its name.
For its practitioners, Reiki offers an ongoing path towards well-being.
In Kolkata, female sex workers’ well-being is overshadowed by practices and conceptions around HIV/AIDS.