- The M.M.A. Doctor’s Dilemma: To Stop or Not to Stop the Fightby Oliver Whang
As combat sports grow in popularity, ringside physicians grapple with the precarious ethics of their role.
- What Flying Is Like for Passengers Who Use Wheelchairsby Amanda Morris and Scott McIntyre
To better understand the obstacles faced by wheelchair users, The Times sent a reporter and a photographer to document one man’s plane trip. Here’s what they saw.
- Some Women Turn to Self-Managed Abortion as Access Recedesby Roni Caryn Rabin
Information and medications needed to end a pregnancy are increasingly available outside the health care system.
- Are You Receiving, Providing or Paying for Long-Term Care?by Editore
The New York Times and Kaiser Health News are looking into whether Americans have enough resources and help as they age.
- Where Do Travelers Still Need to Wear Masks?by Editore
After a federal mask mandate was struck down on Monday, travelers are facing a patchwork of rules spanning air travel, trains, buses, cruise ships and ride-hailing services. Here’s what to know.
- Sidney Altman, Who Stumbled on a Breakthrough in Genetics, Dies at 82by Editore
He shared a Nobel for finding that RNA was not just a carrier of genetic information but could also trigger life-changing chemical reactions in cells.