healthcare policy

A more nuanced approach to policy and applying them could go a long way to helping Indonesia’s most vulnerable cope with the effects of climate change.

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This drug to prevent opioid deaths is free, and available without a prescription across Australia. So why has uptake of naloxone been slow?

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In what is a big year for democratic elections, none come bigger than India’s incredible exercise in ensuring every voter has a say.

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Limited access to period products during India’s COVID lockdowns highlighted how far public health initiatives have to go when it comes to menstruation.

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Indonesia’s strong family ties mean many cancer patients are cared for at home. Understanding palliative care can help elevate a patient’s quality of life.

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COP28 will include the first dedicated ‘Health Day’. It’s due recognition that a health crisis is inextricably linked to the climate crisis.

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Countries worldwide are grappling with the challenges of an ageing population. So how do we come up with solutions and measures to address this age-old problem?

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Japan and Italy are tackling their ageing populations with similar yet distinct policies. But there are still some grey areas.

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Singapore started tackling its ageing population early and yet is facing challenges. That does not mean others should not be learning from it.

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What are the roadblocks to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals? And how can the pace of the SDGs gather momentum to meet the 2030 targets?

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When so-called ‘superbugs’ become drug resistant, the infections they cause become even harder to treat.

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