Eighty percent of what affects our health happens outside of a medical setting. The state is investing $650 million to address the social drivers of health.
California is about to give insurance coverage to every low-income resident, documented or not.
The state is one of the best places to live in terms of education, health, and quality of life—unless you’re Black. Minnesota Medicaid is trying to change that.
High-profile efforts to improve Medicaid could mean a radical transformation for U.S. public health care.
Online dating apps mean more people don’t know who their hookups are, making STIs harder to trace. Enterprising public health workers are finding ways to turn the apps into tracing tools.
TikTok isn’t just a tween fad. It’s a powerful platform for information transmission.
Edna Adan Ismail has broken molds and built institutions. She hopes her example will be one that inspires women across Africa.
The staff at Harvard Public Health bring you a round-up of the public health news you need to know.
“Illustrate Change” is building the world’s largest collection of medical illustrations of non-White bodies.
Lab-grown mosquitoes are infected with Wolbachia bacteria, which prevents dengue virus transmission to humans.
An editorial cartoon by Natasha Loder
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