Is Climate Change a Healthcare Issue?
Is Climate Change a Healthcare Issue?

Climate change is a healthcare issue. But it affects healthcare at large more than it does individual patients. Therefore, we must obtain systemic data to understand its full impact.

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Normalizing Healthcare Policy Polarizations
Normalizing Healthcare Policy Polarizations

Public health is a field that thrives on compromise. Yet we have polarized and distorted it into something different. By normalizing this, we made public health about power and control, not healthcare.

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Healthcare in 2022 Will Be Irrational
Healthcare in 2022 Will Be Irrational

We consider progress in healthcare as a march towards efficiency. But efficiency is limited by patient behavior, which can be irrational. To strive towards healthcare efficiency, we must first understand patient irrationality.

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Harm Reduction Means Patient Education
Harm Reduction Means Patient Education 2021.12.14

The government can right many wrongs by focusing on harm reduction policies to combat the rising number of deaths by drug overdose. But harm reduction is more than providing access. It is a combination of access and education.

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Where to Receive COVID-19 Treatment
Where to Receive COVID-19 Treatment 2021.12.7

As much as we discuss the drugs used to treat COVID-19, few know where to receive them should they develop symptomatic COVID-19 infections. This is a problem of information. It demonstrates a disconnect between broad policy and individual care.

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American Individualism, Healthcare Externalities
American Individualism, Healthcare Externalities

Individualism has been the defining feature of American culture. Yet, as we enter into a post-pandemic world in which healthcare assumes an ever-growing role, we may need to redefine individualism to include healthcare externalities.

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COVID Vaccines for Kids

COVID-19 vaccines have been approved for children ages 5-11, a decision most had already anticipated. But lost in the predictability of the policies is critical analysis of data justifying the decisions.

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The Media Has Failed Healthcare

The rise in healthcare journalism has led to a rise in biased healthcare articles – with many articles written through inherent biases that are reiterated in subsequent articles.

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Healthcare Equity in Medical Education

The AAMC launched an initiative encouraging medical schools to study healthcare equity – a laudable goal, but one that can go wrong.

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Afghan Shock on Healthcare

The war on drugs has become an international battle, with foreign policy affecting healthcare domestically. The recent events in Afghanistan show how closely they link.

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What we can learn from the 1918 Flu Pandemic as the Omicron variant spreads
What we can learn from the 1918 Flu Pandemic as the Omicron variant spreads

Historically, most pandemics end within 2 to 3 years as the virus mutates into a less virulent pathogen and the population builds up immunity. This is what happened to the influenza strain behind the 1918 flu pandemic.

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