Health Policy

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The U.S. Tampon Shortage Was There Long Before You Heard About It

The reason why hand sanitizer and Sriracha sauce shortages make headlines and dwindling tampon supplies don't

The World Health Assembly Takes Steps Toward Global Health Reforms

Countries began to reshape global health governance but left themselves room to change course

Governance

U.S. Foreign Policy, Global Health, and the Challenge of Institutional Reform

Rethinking U.S. engagement on global health requires transforming domestic and international institutions

Governance

After the Mandates End

Preparing for the next COVID-19 variant

Environment

Every Breath We Take

Air pollution is a pernicious threat linked to millions of deaths each year

Governance

The Bioeconomy Revolution Can End the Panic-and-Neglect Cycle in Health Security

Progress in biotechnology will advance pandemic defenses even more in coming decades

Governance

The Summit for Democracy and U.S. Foreign Policy on Global Health

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, this week's summit underscores the need to rethink global health in foreign policy

Aging

The Problem of COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy in Teens

One high school senior says the decision to vaccinate should rest with teenagers

Governance

When Inequity, Political Instability, and Culture Meet COVID

An interview with Dr. Patricia Garcia, former health minister of Peru and global health leader

Governance

A "Third Way" for World Order After COVID-19

The pandemic will accelerate the development of a "multiplex" world

Governance

The Urgent Need for an African Medicines Agency

Africa needs to continue strengthening and relying on its own health-care agencies

Governance

A Tale of Two Countries During COVID-19

India and the Philippines have seen parallel health system challenges during the pandemic

Governance

The Long Road to Universal Health Coverage

President-Elect Joe Biden's team can learn from other democracies on how to move the needle on universal health coverage