It takes the human brain decades to develop good judgment. Gun laws should reflect that.
A chat with Claudia Williams, UC Berkeley School of Public Health’s first chief social impact officer
As Philips reassured patients, emails show the FDA told the company its testing was insufficient.
Tackling maternal mortality, superbugs, and colorectal cancer
A new series from the Harvard Chan Studio and Harvard Public Health magazine
Meeting people’s needs can win back trust.
Drone deliveries would be particularly effective in places where emergency responders can’t respond quickly.
What’s happening across Mississippi is a warning for the rural United States.
In the Central African Republic, researchers found an astronomical death rate. Could a major emergency be invisible?
For the first time in decades, tuberculosis is on the rise. Governments must mobilize the funds they’ve already committed for diagnosis, prevention, and treatment.
The parasitic disease kala-azar, or black fever, may lead to a secondary illness, which can spark new infections.
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Jim Morris’s new book chronicles failures to protect workers at every level of the system.
Nearly $1 billion in federal funding could help clean up the unequal health impacts of diesel pollution.
The particles have been linked to neurological, heart, and fertility issues.
How we record and remember the deaths of people in custody matters.
A chat with Jen Gunter, the internet’s OB/GYN
A new initiative aims to create three million new Black homeowners by 2030.