American workers are experiencing a barrage of grief—brought on by COVID-19, systemic racism, and loneliness. How should employers respond?  

American workers are experiencing a barrage of grief—brought on by COVID-19, systemic racism, and loneliness. How should employers respond?  

America’s landmark HIV/AIDS program, PEPFAR, has been credited with saving more than 18 million lives and shifting the HIV/AIDS trajectory in Africa.  

More than 50 women say they suffered sexual abuse by aid workers during Congo’s Ebola crisis, a joint 

Public Health Takeaways from a Shambolic First Presidential Debate The lack of handshakes—a COVID-19 prevention measure—was perhaps the most civil thing about the first presidential debate. “That was a hot mess inside a dumpster fire inside a train wreck.” Thank you for…

With more than 33 million cases and over 1 million lives lost, COVID-19 has devastated health systems and weakened social and economic cohesion on a global scale. It has also sparked deep appreciation for health care workers. Nurses are being seen anew for their unique…

Each year, 38 millions deaths occur without being added to any permanent record, but COVID-19 has heavily underscored the need for all deaths to be properly registered.   Counting deaths properly is "the GPS" to better global health, illuminating risk factors and the…

Sweet relief for testing systems dogged by delays: A $5 test that can diagnose COVID-19 in 30 minutes or less—without specialized staff or medical equipment, 

The nearly 1 million people lost to COVID-19 represent an immense tragedy—but they left the world an incredible gift: life-saving insights into treatments, 

Under pressure to ensure inclusion, COVID-19 vaccine trials are “face to face with health care’s deepest fault lines,” write Eric Boodman.   People of color often mistrust the medical system because of racism past and present—and they are less likely to have health…