“It just, it took them.”
Five great bathroom reads (that you don’t necessarily need to read on the toilet).
“After more than a year of allowing most homeless camps to remain intact so as not to displace people during the pandemic, cities across the country are now beginning to confront another public health crisis unfolding on their streets.”
How an HIV specialist in Germany is using media law to erase reporting of sexual abuse allegations against him.
Meet Eric Feigl-Ding, the town crier of the COVID-19 pandemic.
If struggling parents feed their kids KFC, is it nutritional neglect or love?
In Mozambique and around the world — and throughout history — cholera outbreaks have caused riots. Why? And what does it have to do with bicycles?
Physicians in South Korea are working to understand the health issues North Korean defectors face, in preparation for eventual reunification.
A program tracking the health of North Korean refugees rests on the premise that someday, health care will once again be a shared responsibility.
June Thunderstorm, writing in The Baffler with the support of the Economic Hardship Reporting Project, digs into the race and class issues that underlie efforts to quell smoking. Is “public health” really the name of the game?