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Health Economics

Retirement at 70? Read Article →

Retirement at 70?

As healthcare practice and delivery improves across the world, people today can expect to live longer than ever before.
The Economics of a “Fat-Tax” Read Article →

The Economics of a “Fat-Tax”

Health economics is a complex discipline, but in simple terms, when considering implementation of health policy, one must consider the concepts of efficiency and equity.

Politics

Why we can’t forget about the Rohingya Read Article →

Why we can’t forget about the Rohingya

On October 14, 2018, an ultra-nationalist monk delivered a vitriolic speech condemning the existence of the Rohingya people.
A Familiar Cloud Looms Over North Kivu… Read Article →

A Familiar Cloud Looms Over North Kivu…

In the midst of political chaos, a dark and unforgettable virus rises once again along the Northeastern border of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

Law & Ethics

Unplanned Obsolescence Read Article →

Unplanned Obsolescence

If the goal of medicine is to prevent and alleviate patient suffering, the ultimate mark of success would be for the profession to be rendered obsolete.
Why the war on drugs isn’t stopping deaths at music festivals Read Article →

Why the war on drugs isn’t stopping deaths at music festivals

At the 2018 Defqon.

Research & Technology

Global Ideas Forum 2018: Digital disruption in Global Health Read Article →

Global Ideas Forum 2018: Digital disruption in Global Health

Global Ideas Forum, held over the weekend 14th-16th September, challenged delegates to engage in discussion about the big influences on global health, and look at how media, politics and global health intersect.
Five of the scariest antibiotic-resistant bacteria in the past five years Read Article →

Five of the scariest antibiotic-resistant bacteria in the past five years

Nearly one million people die every year from bacterial infections that cannot be treated with common antibiotics.

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