This issue of the Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies (JAPAS) marks the eleventh year of publication of this journal, the flagship journal of the Amish & Plain Anabaptist Studies Association (APASA). In the past we have devoted entire issues to specific topics, including Beachy Amish-Mennonite churches [2017 5(1)], past and future directions of Amish studies [2017 5(2)], Ohio Amish schisms [2019 7(2)], gender-focused research [2020 8(2)], agriculture and the environment [2021 9(2)], and the plain people at midcentury [2023 11(1)]. In addition, the 2018 6(2) issue included a special section on health among the Amish. This issue [2023 11(2)] is dedicated, in its entirety, to sociocultural aspects of health and medicine among plain Anabaptists. The articles compiled here span a wide variety of topics including: health beliefs, attitudes toward Amish, genetic screening, midwifery, mental health, allergy and immunity, nutrition, oil therapy massage, water quality, and plain people’s experiences with health and medicine from the perspective of plain authors. Contributors include both plain and “English” authors.