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Fauci sometimes gets 2,000 emails a day - but never deletes them and feels he has a 'responsibility' to reply to them all


The editor-in-chief of one of the largest medical journals stepped down after questioning the existence of structural racism in medicine on a podcast


A Washington mother is accused of forcing her 6-year-old daughter to have hundreds of unnecessary surgeries



How magic shrooms affect your brain


Rite Aid plunges 22% after cutting its full-year forecast as the drugstore chain saw fewer people getting colds and coughs


How anesthesia affects your brain and body



Doctors are calling to investigate a prestigious medical journal after it tweeted 'No physician is racist'


Don't take pain relievers before your COVID-19 vaccine, experts say, warning it could make the shot less effective


Don't take pain relievers before your COVID-19 vaccine, experts say, warning it could make the shot less effective


Here are Business Insider's biggest healthcare stories of 2020


Pfizer plans to submit its COVID-19 vaccine for FDA authorization in late November — if human trials show it works


3 scientists have won the Nobel Prize for discovering the virus that causes hepatitis C



A drone just moved a human kidney across the Nevada desert to prove it could be the future of organ transport — take a look


Moderna's coronavirus vaccine just started its phase 3 trial — the first in the US. Here's how it will work.


Australians are buying hydroxychloroquine after Trump called it a 'very powerful' treatment for COVID-19 – a claim which remains unproven


Lifesaving devices for coronavirus patients are 'breaking down,' so the company famous for explaining Apple device repairs is crowdsourcing ways to fix medical ventilators



A CVS pharmacist describes frantically wiping down everything after a close encounter with a patient who broke COVID-19 quarantine orders


The FDA is allowing two drugs to be used for 'compassionate use' to treat the coronavirus. Here's what that means.


How to get an advance supply of critical medicine to prepare for a coronavirus outbreak and quarantine


Hospitals are stockpiling supplies amid fears a coronavirus-related mask shortage could endanger healthcare providers