By Michael J. Klag
Eyes quickly glaze over whenever I mention the word “infrastructure,” but West Africa’s Ebola epidemic has taught the world how critical infrastructure—in all its varied meanings—really is.
Letters to the editor on the Fall 2014 issue of JHPH Magazine.
By Salma Warshanna-Sparklin
No need to travel to India to see the Goddess of Smallpox. She and other smallpox art and artifacts are here, from a new exhibit by the Institute of the History of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University.
By Brian W. Simpson
Why a meditation on mistakes? To assure readers that the Dean even fact checks our fact-checking to make sure what you read in this magazine is accurate, all the time.
By Shehzad Noorani
Decades ago Bangladeshis drilled wells to avoid drinking bacteria-laden surface water. Later they learned the well water had high levels of arsenic. Now, “safe” wells are painted green.
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