United States


An Academic Lifeline for Rural Hospitals

A flurry of partnerships demonstrate how academic health systems can bolster rural hospitals

U.S. Supreme Court Challenge to Abortion Pills Could Boost Illegal Imports

Safeguarding access to pills from online foreign distributors may become a flashpoint in the reproductive care battle


Joyful and Painful Tales of Migrant Reunions

Why integration services for immigrant families matter


Retreat from Global HIV Fight Puts U.S. Health At Risk

With news that HIV/AIDS funding is stalled, Congress should remember the AIDS epidemic and commit to funding PEPFAR


Alabama’s Growing Health Equity Divide

The emergence of maternity deserts are causing lasting challenges for Black mothers


Two Geopolitical Rivals, One Health

The Biden-Xi summit did not advance U.S.-China health security cooperation


American Conservatism and Global Health

A presidential transition strategy contains a conservative vision for U.S. global health policy


Inside the New Bureau of Global Health Security and Diplomacy

An interview with Ambassador-at-Large John Nkengasong


Amid Global Boiling, the Foreign Policy Response Remains Lacking

Record heat clarifies the severity of the foreign policy problems climate mitigation and adaptation pose


Examining the Diversity of the Rural United States

How rural health varies by racial and ethnic population


The Past and Future of Health Cooperation in the Quad

A sustainable and inclusive foundation is essential for the group’s longevity


COP27 Produced a Triple Burden for Climate Policy—And That's Bad News for Global Health

The conference created a "loss and damage" fund but failed on mitigation and adaptation