U.S. Lawmakers Press Pompeo to Fix Policy for Diplomat Families
The State Department has scaled back benefits to family members with special needs.
Pompeo Ignores Plea From Diplomats With Children With Special Needs
Families say the State Department continues to curb benefits mandated by law.
Who Will Care for the Carers?
As populations age, countries will need ever more primary health workers and aides — jobs robots will never do well. So why do we treat these workers so badly?
Superbugs Are Going to Eat Us Alive
Drug-resistant diseases are on the rise. Only a global effort to prevent overuse of antibiotics can halt the threat.
Ireland’s Nasty No Campaign
Anti-abortion activists are deploying every imaginable scare tactic to defeat a referendum that would grant Irish women the right to choose.
The Royal Baby Is Lucky He Wasn’t Born in America
Everyone in the West, royalty or not, gets better maternal health care than parents in the United States.
Is China the World Leader in Biomedical Fraud?
Xi Jinping should be promoting evidence-based medicine, not quackery.
And the Gold Medal for Vomiting Goes to…
There’s a sudden outbreak of the nasty, fast-spreading norovirus — right near South Korea’s Olympic Village
If a President Is Dying, and Nobody Says Anything, Does It Make a Sound?
The Czech Republic's populist president is running for re-election — and his ailing health is an open secret.
India’s Hospitals Are Filling Up With Desperate Americans
Are deep-pocketed medical tourists the cause of, or solution to, India's health care problems?
The Crime of Gender Inequality in Global Health
There’s no way we’ll be able to grapple with the coming health crises unless we fix the gaping problem of women’s empowerment in global health.
Proposed U.S. Cuts to AIDS Funding Could Cause Millions of Deaths: Report
While the Trump administration praises its progress on the AIDS fight, health campaigners warn they are making the fight that much harder.
How Not to Handle the Opioid Crisis
America’s drug pushers aren’t in Mexico — they’re right at home.
The Global Hunger Crisis Will Not Be Tweeted
Americans are exhausted keeping up with Donald Trump’s every tweet. People in Somalia, South Sudan, Nigeria, and Yemen are exhausted by violence and hunger.
The Human Toll of Yemen’s Unending War
With the country's health services decimated by conflict, cholera is raging through the civilian population.
Trump Is Wrong to Retreat From the Global Fight Against AIDS
U.S. efforts to fight pandemics are in the country's best interest — and provide an astounding return on investment.
Can Saudi Arabia’s Young Prince Wean the Welfare State?
The ambitious plan to remake the Saudi economy is the brainchild of Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. But does he have what it takes to upend his country?
Trump Won’t Pay a Penny For U.N. Cholera Relief Fund in Haiti
Washington set to reject the U.N. chief’s latest appeal for money to tend to Haiti’s cholera victims.
Who’s Going to Be the Next Leader of WHO?
As the World Health Organization votes in a monumental open ballot for its new chief, the developing world and the developed world are in a battle of ideas.
Ebola Returns in Congo, a Test of ‘Next Time’
Is the global health community ready to stop another outbreak?