Brendan Saloner, at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics, said the Republican proposal includes changes that will allow insurance companies and state Medicaid plans to turn away drug users

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The warning signs of what would become a deadly opioid epidemic emerged in early 2001. That’s when officials of the state employee health plan in West Virginia noticed a surge in deaths attributed to oxycodone, the active ingredient in the painkiller OxyContin

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Sam Mulopulos argues that our Travis Rieder is wrong about limiting children in the context of a climate crisis. Mulopulos claims that solutions will come from the deliberate work of millions of people

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Watch: Our Jeffrey Kahn and Ruth Faden participate in panels at the 5th Annual Stavros Niarchos Foundation International Conference in Thessaloniki, Greece: The Mediterranean in Crisis

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When Pam Lipp’s 18-year-old daughter Amanda needed to be admitted to a psychiatric hospital in 2010, she thought it would be easy to find her a bed. Instead, Lipp says, “It was a nightmare.”

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The Syrian Refugee Crisis

October 1, 2015

Searching for solutions: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Symposium featuring our Leonard Rubenstein

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“We are not the Red Cross. We don’t have the ability to just deploy our services to people who haven’t paid a membership fee”

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Myanmar’s healthcare crisis: As Myanmar prepares for a historic election on 8 November 2015, its leadership is rolling out plans for dramatic health sector reforms. But there are enormous obstacles, including the legacy of war and a rising threat of drug-resistant infectious diseases in restive border areas. Mike Ives reports

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