For all sorts of reasons, diabetes and the blues go hand and hand.
Pioneering sociologist W.E.B. Du Bois worried—correctly—that science would be used—incorrectly— to demarcate a color line that he was fighting to erase.
Closure of the municipal hospital that had served the city's poor since 1732 impacted all of Philadelphia, and still does.
The great blues songs of the 1920s have a lot to teach us about the miseries of what experts call insect vectors of human disease. Let's listen.
Preventive care got a boost on Jan. 1. It's not even in dispute.