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Housing for Whose America?

The Trump administration’s proposed 2020 Budget for a Better America ultimately raises this question: a better budget for whose America?

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Affordable Health Care is a Mirage

Without change, health insurance will become even less affordable for more people over time, increasing the number who forgo coverage or care altogether.

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Summer Publishing Break

Thank you for reading, writing, and subscribing. We’ll be back with new stories about the state of the health of the population on Monday, August 26.

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How Are We Doing?

We must tune ourselves to the human, emotional impact of our healthcare technology advances to lower human suffering and build healthier healthcare systems.

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Health Care’s Triple Failure

With high health care costs, it is valuable to pursue a balance of efforts to fix health care and to address non-medical influences on health and wellbeing.

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The 2020 Census Debate

PHP Fellow Julia Garcia examines support and opposition for the Supreme Court decision on inclusion of the citizenship question in the 2020 census.

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Spring Break Vacation

We’re on vacation! Public Health Post is taking a #springbreak publishing break. Thank you for reading PHP and for joining us in conversation on social media. We’ll be back online on Monday, March 18. See you then!

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Methadone Matters

With opioid addiction on the rise, how prepared are we to care for those in need of treatment? Researchers study problems with access to methadone clinics.

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