To improve public health, first fix injustice.>
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The daunting problem has some powerful solutions. The first is family planning.
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In righting wrongs, they’re protecting the health of millions.>
Rumble strips, roundabouts, and other design improvements can drastically lower U.S. traffic deaths.>
A child of colonialism, global health began with the export of Western concepts of health and medical care—and the protection of colonizers from local diseases. Here’s how committed insurgents in the field are overturning those lingering perspectives.>
My path to public health included a beauty pageant in the world’s newest country.>
Why it took so long to acknowledge that Covid-19 is airborne—and what we need to do now.>
The parasite-mosquito-human nexus spawns an incredibly complex disease challenge. Successes against malaria often don’t last, nor are they easily replicated. Yet.>