Feature: Worried about buried chemicals, some people in Frederick, Maryland want to know: Is there a cancer cluster there, and is Fort Detrick the cause?
Side Note: Difficult investigations of potential cancer clusters are unavoidable, so we have to do the best science to better understand causes and prevent future losses, says epidemiologist Thomas Burke.
Essay: A surgeon confronts a wounded deer—and his own limitations—before realizing that a sip of water may be the best medicine after all.
Conversation: Vladimir Canudas Romo explains the art and science of demography.
In-Depth: The who and how behind a surging suicide rate informs prevention.
First-Person: Remembering a desperate time in his mother’s life, Daniel Webster is grateful for one thing. There were no guns in the house.
Special Report: 23 experts, 450 attendees, a mayor and a governor chart solutions to America’s gun violence problem.
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