On the Code Switch podcast this week, a look at concerns and issues facing people of color in the 2020 Census, and a look back at the reasons why “Hispanics” became a word in the first place.
Only about a third of U.S. adults have advance directives in place to guide the care they receive if they become too ill to make their own medical decisions.
Many people have never heard of pharmacy benefit managers. They’re the companies that help insurers decide what drugs to cover and how much you pay for them.
The players used to be shy about playing sports as women using wheelchairs. Today, they’re international champions and role models in their country.
A total solar eclipse is one of the most magnificent sights you can ever see. But you need the right kind of eye protection, and some of what’s being sold out there isn’t safe.
While the number of Asian-American lawyers and law students increased greatly in recent decades, there are few Asian-American lawyers in top positions in the legal field.
Former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio has been found guilty of criminal contempt, stemming from a 2011 racial profiling case. Arpaio faces a maximum of 6 months in jail and a monetary fine.
The comedian just came off four seasons on Saturday Night Live. Now, she wants to break through to the next part of her career — convincing people she’s a writer as well as a performer.
Data from nearly 43,000 men around the world found that sperm counts dropped by more than half in Western countries. It could reflect a decline in health overall, scientists say.
Girls are much less likely to be diagnosed with autism, but that may be because the signs of the disorder are different than in boys. And girls may be missing out on help as a result.