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September, 1921 was unusually hot and New York was sweltering. For the many immigrants who crowded the city’s tenements and pavements, one of the...

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    From Small Beginnings, a project by scholars including CGS’ Marcy Darnovsky, seeks to engage the public, civil society, scholars, and scientists with the lessons of eugenic history, and to encourage collective imagining of an anti-eugenic future. https://t.co/9wqusOsSmD - view on twitter

Considerable expansion of the world’s health workforce is needed to achieve high levels of UHC effective coverage. The largest shortages are in low-income settings,...

Although the unprecedented speed of development of COVID-19 diagnostics, vaccines, and treatments has been lauded, one shortcoming that persists is vaccine inequity.1 The global...

Sustainable Development Goal 3—to ensure healthy lives and promote wellbeing for all at all ages—is a far-off wish for 2·5 billion people. So suggests...

Many countries will monitor the results of New Zealand’s plan to ban sales of tobacco to anyone born after 2009. Chris McCall...

It is crucial that the global health community address racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic inequities that impact health outcomes and wellbeing. Regrettably, institutions in the...

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    "Global health research will advance from greater recognition of the value, expertise, perspectives, and approach of LMIC researchers and communities." Comment by Manasi Kumar and colleagues. https://t.co/19FJfRArOk - view on twitter

The incidence of sudden cardiac death is increasing globally, despite improvements in the prevention and management of ischaemic heart disease. The cornerstone for primary...

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Bill Gates was not shy about his disdain for WHO. Of its staff he said, “If you’re not very good, you’ll stay working there...

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    Bill Gates & GERM — a Global Epidemic Response & Mobilization team, comprising 3000 full-time epidemiologists & geneticists, vaccine developers & rapid response workers, dedicated to preventing future pandemics. https://t.co/vncRsPElP6 - view on twitter

Many countries will monitor the results of New Zealand’s plan to ban sales of tobacco to anyone born after 2009. Chris McCall...

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The Lancet

The drive to make policy more evidence-based has prompted scholars and practitioners to call for removing politics from global health policy making. This stance...