medication

 
A family’s unspoken curse
A family’s unspoken curse
Family reunions are as rare as chicken teeth, as my aunties would say. But every time we connect, I look at my cousins and wonder who among us will...
Trans women risk their lives to be their 'true, authentic selves'
Trans women risk their lives to be their 'true, authentic selves'
Many transgender women are forced to source hormones illegally because of the numerous hurdles they face in accessing gender-affirming treatment –...
Me and my meds: It’s a fraught friendship
Me and my meds: It’s a fraught friendship
Wake up up. Shower. Brush teeth. Take antidepressants. This is my morning routine.
Reckless farm meds feed superbugs
Reckless farm meds feed superbugs
The world was once a place where a bad cut to your hand meant infection and the possibility of death, and surgical procedures that are now routine...
Can illness be 'all in your head'?
Can illness be 'all in your head'?
There are certain kinds of illnesses that seem to cause great distress to doctors – and there are certain kinds of patients that medicine seems...

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