When COVID-19 hit, some med students were given the option to graduate early to join the fight.   Knowing that their entry into the profession would be less comfort and healing and more war zone, they nicknamed their cohorts “Coalition Forces” and “Covid Army.”

Yet another COVID-19 shot, known as a protein subunit vaccine, could hit the market as early as this summer,

The pandemic has indisputably backpedaled progress against America’s addiction crisis. In Massachusetts, Black men are being hit particularly hard.  

Dozens of countries achieved or exceeded ambitious 2020 UN targets to control HIV—but services are still out of reach for many of the world’s most vulnerable, confirms a new UNAIDS report marking tomorrow's 40-year anniversary since the first HIV/AIDS cases were discovered…

The pandemic has brought a surge in interest in public health—and we want to reach as many of these keen minds as we can.   Know an incoming student of public health or a recent graduate who might be interested in GHN?

Reports from China of the first human case of a rare avian flu strain have stoked concern that the next pandemic may be imminent,

From: A slew of government leaders, Chinese health officials, politicians, sports teams, doctors, regular people…   To: Anthony Fauci   2 enterprising Washington Post reporters got access via a Freedom of Information Act request to 866…

Widening COVID-19 vaccination coverage has been seen as the ticket to reopening—but new modeling published in JAMA shows that the jabs alone can’t halt the tide of infections without continued restrictions.   Simulating virus spread among 10 million people of North Carolina…

40 years ago this month, HIV began upending our world, morphing quickly into a pandemic that would thrive on stigma, stymie scientists, and go on to kill 32 million and counting.   By 1996, the first successful ART treatment helped to transform HIV from a death sentence…

By week’s end, 3.5 million people will face the coronavirus’s fickle threat—from asymptomatic to lethal.   While new cases are down substantially from a high of 800,000 per day in April to 500,000 now, the respite from COVID-19 isn’t evenly spread, The New York Times…