On indigenous displacement, family leave, and the future of PEPFAR
As climate change erodes land and health, one tribe fights back
After decades of losing coastline, Native Americans look to a young chief to help them find a place in the future.
Paid family leave needs to expand its definition of “family”
Advocates for paid family leave argue the policy leaves out a growing swath of older Americans: those without living family members.
At a precipice, the CDC tries to pivot
With a new director on the horizon, experts offer the agency fixes to four key problems.
PEPFAR’s new goal: Ending HIV by 2030
Millions of lives have been saved since President George W. Bush established the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief in 2003—but what’s next?
Hope, headaches, and public health politics
Health outcomes can be traced back to politics and policies. In a polarizing world, will we have the courage to make decisions in the public’s interest?
Spring 2023: Notable news from the world of public health
The staff at Harvard Public Health bring you a round-up of the public health news you need to know.
Climate change puts chief heat officers in the hot seat
As intense heat waves become more common, look to a new position to lead the response.
Global health past and future: The W.H.O. at 75
The organization’s director-general lays out five key priorities for global health as the W.H.O. looks towards its next 75 years.
Editorial Cartoon Spring 2023
An editorial cartoon by Natasha Loder
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On robot companions, making public health more precise, and reforming global aid work.
How structural racism affects health—and what people are doing about it.