Healy, Bernadine, M.D.
Before her death in 2011, Dr. Bernadine Healy was Health Editor for U.S.News & World Report and wrote the On Health column. She was a member of the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology and served as director of the National Institutes of Health and president and CEO of the American Red Cross.
Dr. Healy's blog, Heart to Heart, is where she covered matters close to her heart, including cardiovascular disease and other important aspects of personal health and health policy.
Archive of Columns: 2004 - 2008
Articles by Healy, Bernadine, M.D.
Bernadine Healy, M.D., leader in women’s health, died recently. She told of her struggle with cancer.
How nurses are evolving into far bigger roles at hospitals.
To tame the out-of-control cost of American healthcare, we need to slash the inflated prices we pay.
Aspirin’s anti-inflammatory effects appear to cut the risk of a breast cancer recurrence.
Relying so heavily on Medicare and Medicaid to provide the funding simply can’t work.
Now that Washington is back at the drawing board, here are two big fixes that should be made.
Before a health-reform bill passes, voters need to take a close look at what is currently being pushed.
The Senate says gun owners’ rights are safe under health reform. What about the right to privacy?
Seniors, get ready for ever tighter controls on your access to medical screens and treatments.