In Season 2, the terrific NBC sitcom continues to explore ethics without sacrificing complexity or humor.
Tucked in the Adirondacks, the institution had a piano, a stage, and a lot of dancing patients.
For decades, the professional athletes made so little at their sport that many took to performing gigs to make ends meet and capitalize on their fame.
The 19th-century procedure involved lies, a secrecy pledge, and sperm from a surprise donor.
How an early 20th-century sideshow changed the way doctors cared for premature infants