As a new Medicare-for-all bill was introduced in the House recently, a number of state-level legislative ..
A panel discussion held this week at Harvard Law School with Professor Jennifer Prah Ruger about her new book, ..
In the news, deaths from overdoses of opioids, heroin and fentanyl have been in the spotlight. Rightly ..
States can be laboratories of health reform. Massachusetts and Oregon expanded insurance coverage during ..
There is a page in the history books waiting to be written for the eradication of malaria. In recent ..
Najor news networks around the globe this week broke the story that a second HIV-positive patient appears ..
By Adrienne Ghorashi, Esq. When the Supreme Court of the United States issued the Whole Woman’s Health ..
The Department of Health and Social Care in England has just published two important publications on the NHS Constitution. ..
In an earlier post I offered two arguments for why wealthy nations have a moral obligation to address ..
For more than a decade, a variety of scholars and practitioners in public health, policing and the broader ..
Although the high cost of pharmaceuticals is often in the news, these costs are offset by improved health ..
An interesting article in the N.Y. Times “Upshot” section by Austin Frakt argues that federal ..
The call for “Medicare for All” has grown louder and its cadence more frequent. Even President Obama ..
By J. Alexander Short All too often, the modern opioid epidemic is reduced to numbers. Over 70,000 drug ..
In recent years, a number of states have legalized medical marijuana. While marijuana may not be good ..
The majority of states have laws that criminalize activities engaged in by HIV-positive people that are not criminalized ..
African governments spend millions of dollars every year training physicians who will leave their home ..