An Ebola patient treated in the U.S. chose to remain anonymous. Now he’s telling his story.

Years of disabling PTSD followed Preston Gorman’s unlikely survival after he contracted the fearsome disease in Sierra Leone. Health

Why millions of Americans — including men — will get a separate bill for abortion coverage starting in June

A new rule has been praised by antiabortion groups and criticized by insurers, medical organizations and women’s health advocates. Health

Some lawmakers push ‘abortion reversal’ treatments. A study shows how dangerous they are.

Some women experienced serious bleeding when researchers attempted a legitimate study on whether “abortion reversal” treatments were effective. They stopped the study. Health

For ex-inmates, support program gives them a second chance to avoid addiction, improve health care

The Formerly Incarcerated Transition Program also helps them navigate social services, steer through other issues. Health

The Big Number: Women now outnumber men in medical schools

In 2019, there were 46,878 female medical school students (50.5 percent) and 45,855 male ones, a report says. Health