Should it be illegal for HIV-positive people to have sex without disclosing their status? In many states, it is. But in order to really end AIDS we must stop criminalizing people living with HIV.
18 September 2013
Only 12% of adults in the U.S. are considered to have a proficient level of health literacy – making it difficult for many Americans to make informed decisions about their health, and costing the country billions annually.
09 September 2013
Considering two-thirds of the U.S. population plays video games, there is opportunity to capitalize on this trend to improve health. But, are public health needs being met by technology?
05 September 2013
The approaching NFL season is clouded by recent research that suggests that the head injury issue confronting football is indeed a major public health concern. But is it?
29 August 2013
Surely there’s no room for business to make money by providing health services to the more than 3 billion people living on less than $2.50 a day, right? Wrong, says Adam Lewis in a blog for the Center for Health Market Innovations.
15 August 2013
Most people have never heard of Henrietta Lacks. She is the woman behind the cells that revolutionized the medical field – helping develop the polio vaccine, cloning and numerous cancer treatments.
14 August 2013
Despite positive changes the Affordable Care Act brings, a critical gap remains between breast cancer screening and care.
17 July 2013
Can a good story and behavioral science unlock the mystery of the obesity crisis?
15 July 2013
The Caribbean region has the sharpest declines in the number of new HIV infections worldwide. How can we replicate these successes within Caribbean-American communities in the U.S.?
10 July 2013
Automated health systems are designed to help cut costs, reduce medical errors, improve care and enhance diagnoses – all of which is very good for health.
01 July 2013