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The Power of Health Information for People with Disabilities

Knowledge gaps, data deficits, and stigma have stalled access to health information and care

The Curious Case of Japan's Alcohol Contest

Japan's young people are turning away from alcohol, but its tax agency wants to reverse the trend

The United States COVID-19 Testing Debacle

by Jennifer B. Nuzzo, Christina Potter - September 7, 2022

Understanding why the U.S. response to COVID-19 was marred by challenges

Women in lavender, blue, and burgundy burkas who are part of an immunization team write a message on the wall of a stone house during a vaccination campaign in Kandahar, Afghanistan on January 28, 2020.

Measles is Raging in Afghanistan

Series: U.S. Foreign Policy and Global Health

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It's Time to Rethink U.S. Engagement on Global Health 

Overcoming Cacophony in Public Health Communication after COVID-19

Communication failures during the pandemic require strategic attention

The Monkeypox Outbreak and Foreign Policy

The outbreak has limited implications for U.S. foreign policy on global health