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The Rising Price of Dementia

As the number of people with dementia grows, families need access to affordable care

The Gender Pay Gap Is Wider Than You Thought

Making women's unpaid care work count toward an economy for health

Poverty

On the Front Lines with India's COVID-19 Warriors

Protecting community health workers will help the vast nation ride out future waves

Governance

Not Your Canaries in the Coal Mine

New CDC guidelines fail to protect frontline workers from COVID-19

Governance

Nurses Will Lead Health-Care Teams Out of the Pandemic

Interprofessional collaboration will play an important role in mitigating the global health workforce crisis

Urbanization

One Year From the Front Lines of COVID-19 in New York City

Frontline providers found a solution to communication breakdown during the pandemic: talking to each other

Poverty

Scaling up Surgery and Anesthesia, Post-Coronavirus

Expanding access to surgery and anesthesia globally would be a win–win for health security and universal health coverage

Governance

Two Hundred Thousand and (Not) Counting

The U.S. failure to collect social and community data hampers efforts to control COVID-19 and to address health inequity

Governance

In Africa’s COVID-19 Response, Strive, Don’t Settle

Broad and equitable health systems could finally be within reach for African countries—closer than the world realizes

Poverty

Health-Systems Strengthening in the Age of COVID-19

As the pandemic stresses many health-systems to their breaking point, it’s more important than ever to bolster them now

Governance

The Unpaid Debt of Underinvestment in Public Health

Limited progress on the social determinants of health has left populations in Kenya and elsewhere vulnerable to COVID-19

Poverty

South Asia Needs a New Playbook (Now) to Stop the Coronavirus Catastrophe

COVID-19 offers a once-in-a-lifetime chance to correct years of health security neglect and chronic under-investment