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Health for all

Science

Imagine a world where affordable, quality health care is available to every person, and where infectious disease and infant and maternal mortality are as rare in the poorest parts as they are in wealthier countries. The world has already come a long way toward meeting this goal. But to finish the job, we need to change our thinking. To be sure, the incidence of child mortality and cases of deadly infectious diseases have dropped dramatically around the world. For example, polio, which once paralyzed a thousand children every day, has been eliminated from all but three countries, with just 33 cases last year.


More Americans Screened Over Mystery Health Issues in China

U.S. News

A U.S. medical team is screening more Americans in southern China as the State Department confirmed evacuating government workers who experienced unexplained health issues like those that have hurt U.S. personnel in Cuba.


Dentist, Administrator Charged in Health Care Fraud

U.S. News

They are accused of submitting fraudulent benefit claims between November 2013 and January 2018. The claims included some for dental work that was never performed. Other claims listed false dates of service or false providers and included falsified supporting documents.


Romania's health system in crisis

Al Jazeera

With the highest child mortality rates in Europe and no new government hospitals built since the fall of communism, Romania's healthcare system is undeniably in crisis. Some officials are saying corruption is to blame.