Mary Brophy Marcus
Mary Brophy Marcus is the deputy managing editor of Think Global Health. She is a health journalist who specializes in medicine, health policy, and global health. She has been a health reporter and editor for CBS News, USA Today, and U.S. News & World Report.
Puerto Rico—Still Waiting for Power After Hurricane Fiona
A fragile health system, vulnerable elderly, and food insecurity worry University of Puerto Rico's Carmen Vélez Vega
Seventeen Years Later, HBO Film "Katrina Babies" Asks Child Hurricane Survivors How They Feel
"In America, especially during disaster, Black children are not even a thought"
The Disturbing Details Behind a Dip in U.S. Life Expectancy
A deep drop among American Indian and Alaska Native peoples is linked to policy failures that predate the pandemic
Omicron BA.5: What to Know About COVID-19's Latest, More Contagious Variant
Public health expert Ali H. Mokdad answers our COVID questions this week
North Korea's COVID-19 Crisis: An Impossible Outbreak in the "Impossible State"
Victor Cha, Korea chair at CSIS, on the health, political, and economic factors shaping North Korea's outbreak
How the U.S. Baby Formula Shortage Affects Low-Income Families
Families living in poverty are making impossible trade-offs between food, rent, and essentials like formula and diapers
Urban Design and the Shift from "Doing Less Harm" to "Doing Good"
Architects Richard Hassell and Wong Mun Summ on building design that gives back to the community, city, and environment