Reflections on the Fourth of July at a time of challenge for America.
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We cannot build a healthier world without addressing the legacy of slavery.
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We know how to fix the problem of gun violence, so why haven’t we acted on it?
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Thoughts on the possible overturn of Roe v. Wade and public health’s responsibilities in this moment.
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As we look back on the road that led us to one million deaths from COVID-19, we can see how our own failures did much to bring us to where we now are.
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Taking a stand does not mean we must disengage.
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How can we attend to our responsibility as population health scientists at this challenging moment?
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On pausing The Healthiest Goldfish and looking ahead to the new year.
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In the past few years, we have witnessed a seismic generational shift. An argument for why the next generation is, in fact, (almost) all right.
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How do our country’s fractious regional and political identities create challenges and opportunities for health?
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We knew a pandemic was coming. Yet we were not prepared. How can we avoid this failure in the face of other looming issues, like climate change?
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How a progressive, forward-looking public health can learn from old ideas—from religion, philosophy, and inherited cultural knowledge—to be more…
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