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Air Quality, Health, and Climate Conversations

More than 90 percent of the world breathes polluted air

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

Food

Rethinking Farming in Rwanda

The Rwandan Institute for Conservation Agriculture wants to empower small farmers

Food

How Avian Flu Will Affect Your Thanksgiving

Avian flu, supply chain shortages, and inflation could be unwelcome guests at dinner tables

Governance

At Bali, the G20 Confronts Multidimensional Crises with Empty Diplomatic Rhetoric

The summit revealed the G20's and global health's vulnerabilities in a geopolitical world

Governance

Why Global Health Remains Bipartisan

It has proven to be "a good investment with astonishing results in saving lives"

Gender

Women and Stroke in Iran

Stroke-prevention efforts fail to meet low-income women’s needs

Governance

The Midterm Elections and U.S. Policy on Public and Global Health

The elections produced double-edged results for U.S. efforts to strengthen public health at home and abroad

Governance

A Plan B to Strengthen Biosafety and Biosecurity

A "minilateral" approach is needed to strengthen global biorisk management

Aging

Eight Billion and Counting

The world's population is on the verge of hitting eight billion people, and advances in health are behind the increase

Environment

Flu: When Spillovers Spill Over

The high risk of H5 influenza in North America this fall

Poverty

Tolerating the Pain: Accessing Medical Morphine in Bangladesh

Roadblocks to getting opioids leave seriously ill patients coping with unbearable pain