Investments in public health are the building blocks of a brighter future for all of us
Framing Alzheimer’s Disease as a public health imperative linked to chronic disease prevention could be the catalyst we need to encourage younger people to adopt healthier behavior while there’s still enough time.
Malaria remains one of the greatest public health threats facing humanity.
This is not the time to roll out stale messaging delivered by a carousel of health officials trying to convince the public to get the test kits.
We continue to lose many of the battles we should win against cancer.
Yesterday marked the 36th year that the world observed World No Tobacco Day. This relatively obscure milestone masks a stalled effort to curb consumption of combustible cigarettes and other nicotine-related products. It’s unlikely most people paid any attention.
But the impact of smoking is all around us, even if we don’t see it. Statistics rarely tell a provocative story to compel people to action.
Antimicrobial resistance is not an American problem; it is a threat shared by every country
How America’s pharmaceutical industry can help prevent an erosion of the U.S. healthcare system.
There is a reason most children today live into adulthood, women around the world no longer feel like surviving childbirth is a roll of the dice and smoking cigarettes or driving without a seatbelt are viewed largely as reckless choices. These are examples of the impact of global public health, a quiet force that has […]
Viruses are the ultimate freeloaders. The best among them — influenza, smallpox and SARS-CoV-2 — spread easily among human hosts while delivering high mortality rates. It would be easy to say that the severity of an outbreak is primarily the result of the strength of a pathogen. But in the past century of battling viruses […]