A new play that takes an in-depth look at how religion, guns, and social media influence our political system.
A humanising tale of transformation: Stalking the Bogeyman follows renowned journalist David Holthouse’s secret pursuit of justice for a crime hidden for 25 years.
Listen, chuckle and not even realize you're learning about arthritis.
What happens when Big Pharma pushes a new mental health diagnosis for children and their dangerous drugs to treat it?
A film involving the first date for two teenagers with Autism who communicate through the help of their parents.
Our very first reading series of new plays. These exciting new works explore important societal issues and are inspired by true stories.
A play about two kids who go on a cross country killing spree in reaction to violence in media.
By JENNIFER STEINHAUER GLENOLDEN, Pa. — Senator Patrick J. Toomey hears a lot of things he would rather not these [...]
SAN DIEGO — A California judge has rejected a request by physicians to immediately suspend a new state law allowing [...]
In The New York Times Book Review, Steve Silberman reviews Alan Schwarz’s “ADHD Nation: Children, Doctors, Big Pharma, and the [...]
As many as 450 children given mood-altering drugs by health service in Tayside, new figures reveal By Harry Cockburn | This Article first [...]
By Elizabeth Devita-Raeburn When Lisa Quinones-Fontanez’s son Norrin was diagnosed with autism at age 2, she and her husband did [...]
By Jeannie Suk Gersen More than twenty-five years ago, alleged rapists’ names were scrawled in bathroom stalls at Brown University. [...]
By Ann Griswold Oscar, 6, sits at the family dinner table and endures the loneliest hour of his day. The room [...]
By Perri Klass, MD What does it mean to consider gun violence a public health problem, especially when it comes [...]
By David Holthouse For a dozen years, I’ve waited for someone to ask me this question: was I really going [...]
ByClaire Warner In the wake of the court case that shocked and horrified the country, the photo series “Dear Brock [...]