Health Care Policy

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The Public Health Consequences When Railroads Don't Pay Sick Leave

How workers, families, and employers suffer when sick leave policies are thin

On St. Patrick's Day, Ireland's Alternative to Drowning the Shamrock

Giving a green light to measures that reduce alcohol use would cut Ireland's high rate of alcohol-related injury, death

Governance

After "Bloody January," Health and Safety in Kazakhstan Look Shaky

Wealth disparities in Kazakhstan have left holes in the health system

Governance

The Real Meaning of Omicron

Travel disruptions and shaky financial markets suggest the world is still far from prepared for pandemics

Governance

The Afghanistan Disaster and U.S. Foreign Policy on Global Health

The Taliban's triumph has terrible implications for past, present, and future U.S. foreign policy on global health

Poverty

Who Gets What and Why?

Countries need informed decision-making through health technology assessment to allocate resources during the pandemic