Mistrust Lingers in Black Communities Amid 988 Launch

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — On a few occasions, Sitaniel Wimbley’s mother grew manic in her front yard. When neighbors were met with screaming and cursing on their street in Natchez, Mississippi, they would dial 911. An officer would arrive to collect Wimbley’s mother, who battled chronic bipolar schizophrenia. Her first stop was jail. Then she … Read more

Roe v. Wade Overturned, Ending 50 Years of Abortion Protections

The US Supreme Court has voted to overturn the federal constitutional right to abortion, which will now leave the issue to be decided on a state-by-state basis. According to some estimates, some 25 million women of reproductive age will now live in states that ban or severely restrict abortion. Twenty-six states are “certain or likely” … Read more

U of Washington, Harvard Ranked Top Medical Schools ― Again

It may seem like déjà vu as not much has changed regarding the rankings of top US medical schools over the past 2 years. The University of Washington in Seattle retained its ranking from the US News & World Report as the top medical school for primary care for 2023. Also repeating its 2022 standing … Read more