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Family Planning: Global Disparities Persist

Contraception access and options need to improve to help empower women, young people

The Cleft Palate-Malnutrition Connection

During food crises, children with cleft lip and cleft palate are the most vulnerable of the vulnerable

Gender

Diabetes in Pregnancy Is On the Rise Among South Asian Women in the United States

As the nation diversifies, why a "one-size-fits-all" approach won’t work for treating gestational diabetes

Poverty

Tackling Tuberculosis with Strategic Health Diplomacy

Cutting drug prices for tuberculosis holds diplomatic, humanitarian, and economic promise

Governance

Opioid Overdoses Are Reaching New Highs in Washington, DC

The U.S. capital's opioid crisis is fueled by a lack of comprehensive public policy

Governance

Wanted: Global Access to Paxlovid

Equitable access to COVID-19 antiviral therapy remains elusive, with many middle-income nations left out

Poverty

The Steep Price of Education in Africa

Education is unaffordable for many families in low- and middle-income countries

Gender

Kenya and Maternal Health: Delivering Results

Pregnant parents face obstacles in accessing and receiving quality maternal health services

Gender

For Young Men, Alcohol Does Not Have to Be a Death Sentence

For males ages 15 to 49, drinking alcohol causes nearly 10 percent of all years lost to death and disability

Poverty

A Lifelong Struggle With Sickle Cell Disease

The most common inherited disease worldwide is often ignored by health-care providers and policymakers

Poverty

Shining a Light on Native American Health

AIAN life expectancy has not improved over the past decades, but there are indigenous-led efforts aiming to change that

Governance

Just How Do Deaths Due to COVID-19 Stack Up?

Despite a likely undercount in many places, COVID-19 is the leading killer in most of Latin America and Western Europe

Environment

Climate Change and Incarceration

People in prison are vulnerable to extreme temperatures, diseases, and displacement

Poverty

The United States Has a Primary Care Problem

It lags far behind when it comes to providing primary health care for Black and Hispanic Americans