Gastrointestinal infections with the drug-resistent bacteria C. difficile have become epidemic in health care settings. An odd-sounding treatment, fecal transplants, appears to help, but how should the government be regulating it?
Nearly every state allows parents to forego vaccinations for their children due to religious reasons, personal beliefs, or both. Here's a look at the complicated intersection between personal liberty and public health.
When a young child hasn't received the recommended immunizations, the list of potential causes for a common problem like high fever becomes a whole lot scarier. Medical student and Berkeley Wellness contributor Keng Lam explains.