Safety-net hospitals are endangered. Pending legislation in Congress would worsen their plight.
By Becky Corbin
In the wake of Dr. Walensky’s self-examination, can the CDC forgo the limelight of politics and focus on protecting the public’s health?
By Stephen F. Gambescia
The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services cites concerns about “misinformation” and “confusion” in its decision.
By Anthony Hennen
Few public health groups have anything to say about the risk of marijuana. One potential scenario: the country’s next public health crisis.
By Stephen F. Gambescia and Thomas Morris
Because he did very little in the last 17 years to address the very concerns about coronaviruses he raised in his testimony in 2003, Dr. Fauci should resign in disgrace.
By Kirk Allen & John Kraft
There are clear policy solutions that can be adopted to end the opioid crisis gripping the Commonwealth and the United States.
By Earl Baker