U.S. Aid Package Leaves Ukraine Vulnerable to Public Health Crisis

Public health experts say the heightened conflict is making outbreaks more likely in Ukraine and elsewhere

In Myanmar, Health Care Has Become a Battleground

Three years after a military coup, attacks against health care in Myanmar have reached a tipping point


Shockwaves From the Israel-Hamas War Threaten Global Health

The conflict unleashes a cascade of bad consequences for global health endeavors


How a Heavily Armed Country Cut Gun Suicide

Inside Israel’s suicide prevention programs


Waste-to-Energy for U.S. Military Bases

A new technology that could replace burn pits in U.S. overseas military bases


The Doctors Who Return Home

A death in Sudan’s diaspora and a collapsed health system


International Cooperation and the War Against Ukraine

The war in Ukraine is hampering solutions on global issues and intensifying cooperation among geopolitical alliances


Guatemala’s Forgotten Voices

Children who were fraudulently adopted share their stories


The War in Ukraine Has Harmed Children

Russia’s war is rooted in concepts of identity and nationality


The Devastating Use of Sexual Violence as a Weapon of War

Three new UN reports detail atrocities in Ethiopia, Haiti, and Ukraine


Leaving Ukraine

A story about helping people with disabilities escape the war in Ukraine


The World is Unprepared for the Unthinkable

A biological attack anywhere would have profound and far-reaching political, military, and health consequences


The Cat-and-Mouse Game of Providing Health Care in Ukraine's Conflict Zone

A Canadian physician reflects on his recent emergency medicine stint along the Ukrainian-Polish border