- "This race will be intense": a look at elections for Director General of the WHO
- My public health reading list
- Science, global health, and irrational health behaviors
- Noma - the face of poverty
- Cholesterol Corrects Altered Conformation of MHC-II Protein in Leishmania...
- Brief Report: HIV-1 Evolution in Breakthrough Infections in a Human Trial of Oral Pre-exposure...
- 5 Behavioral Science Tips for Integrating Health Services So People Actually Use Them
- Can We End Famine As We Know It In Our Lifetime? Is Technology the Solution?
- Vietnam: Increased Surveillance Leads to Detection of Zika Virus
- A tale of resistance
- Menstrual health education: a key to nurturing confident girls
- M&E of Tech in humanitarian and development work: How can we do it better?
- Book Review, Augusta Dwyer: The Anatomy of Giving (on the aid industry and Haiti)
- E-agriculture Strategy Guide From the FAO and ITU
- Myanmar rebuffs U.S. pressure on atrocities against Rohingya Muslims
- News in the Humanosphere: Sri Lanka seeks aid to deal with massive floods
- Implementation and Operational Research: Evaluation of a Public-Sector, Provider-Initiated…
- Population-Based Estimates of Life Expectancy After HIV Diagnosis: United States 2008–2011
May. 26, 2016 – This week, the World Health Assembly is meeting in Geneva. Elections for the the next Director General of the World Health Organization is a top item on the agenda. Liana Rosenkrantz Woskie, an author of a recently published article in the BMJ that outlines questions the world should be asking candidates for Read More
May. 23, 2016 – Ed. Note: Sara Gorman will be joining us once a month to highlight different aspects of her forthcoming book on science denialism. Have you ever met someone who questioned the safety of vaccines? Have you ever heard the refrain that smoking must not be unsafe because Aunt Ellen smoked her Read More
May. 16, 2016 – As a pediatric resident I spend a lot of time with preschool-aged children in the hospital or at clinic. I have the privilege of watching them change and grow almost before my eyes, as only toddlers can. I don’t often have the opportunity to see firsthand how policy that affects Read More
May. 16, 2016 – Flint, Michigan seems to have been misplaced on the global map. While clearly within the confines of a Midwestern state of the wealthiest economy in the world, the situation of the city, slowly deteriorating since the 1980s, is better suited to a humanitarian disaster zone, or a post-conflict state. Here Read More