By Christina Bethell
Our well-being—individually and as a society—depends on mindfulness.
Mass shootings, bombings and other violent attacks have been on the rise worldwide. Five experts offer perspectives on how the field of public health can address—and even prevent—terrorism.
Drug safety expert G. Caleb Alexander and Clinton Health Matters Initiative CEO Rain Henderson focus on solutions to America’s prescription opioid epidemic.
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