Despite being one of our most impactful public health tools, vaccines continue to be pilloried in the public square.
The technology was in development long before COVID-19, but the pandemic spurred a surge of interest.
Former president Carlos Alvarado Quesada talks pandemic governance, Costa Rican public health, and how he deals with stress.
The cardiologist and epidemiologist wants to understand the barriers to sustaining health as we age.
The U.S.’s failed pandemic response stems from the field’s longstanding elitism.
A lot fell through the cracks during the COVID-19 pandemic, but one doctor argues we have a clear way forward.
Only 5% of adults eligible for the new COVID booster have received it. Local health departments can change that.
Q&A with Rachel Wilson, president of CIC Health
Investors have long ignored public health, but the pandemic revealed failures that markets can fix.
African scientists broke new research ground during the pandemic. It's a sign of things to come.