Global Health

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How Global Warming is Affecting Health

How global warming is affecting health and how leadership dropped the ball at COP26

Best Books of 2021

Our top fifteen favorite reads of the year

Trade

mRNA Therapeutics: The Technology That Saved the World

COVID-19 vaccines catapulted mRNA technology into the spotlight, and now it's used to cure previously untreated diseases

Governance

A Sensible Approach to Omicron

New estimates suggest omicron is just 3 percent as deadly as delta

Governance

10 Good Things That Happened in Global Health in 2021

There were milestones and moments to celebrate, despite the shadow of COVID-19

Governance

Wrong Code

How many HIV/AIDS deaths are we missing?

Governance

The Case Against a Pandemic Treaty

Strengthening global health governance after COVID-19 does not require a pandemic treaty

Urbanization

NATO for Health

Why the health of the world's cities needs a model more like NATO than the WHO

Environment

Scenes From COP26

The world's major leaders, inspiring activists, even giant puppets—snapshots from the Glasgow climate meeting

Gender

The Resilience of Women in Sudan

An interview with Sudanese physician Sarah Khalifa

Governance

The G20 Disappoints on Global Health, but That's OK with the United States 

U.S. foreign policy on global health did not require the G20 Summit to be transformative 

Governance

Investing in Surgery, Closing A Global Health Gap

Access to surgery can keep treatable conditions, such as a common fracture, from becoming lifelong disabilities

Gender

Abortion in China

Writer Leta Hong Fincher reflects on abortion, women's rights, and the resilient feminist movement in China