Public Health


Anti-vaxxing: childcare and healthcare sanctions in Australia


Taiwan grapples with the public health ethics of discouraging betel nut


Zika virus: dangerous but still puzzling


Controversy swirls around AIDS drug in UK


Orlando massacre signals a public health crisis – AMA


Doctors call for government action as suicide increases


Does fear change behaviour?


Smoking – licence it or tax it?


When Ebola breaks out again, whose fault will it be?


Is the antibiotic apocalypse nigh?


The case for banning smoking


What’s so philosophical about bioethics?


Feverish vaccine debate spreads to Australia


Even for Ebola, unproven treatments are dicey, say bioethicists


Ebola threat fades in West Africa


Refugees: be vaccinated or be turned away


UK may cut welfare if you don’t diet


The world’s most controversial bike-ride


Ethical issues multiply for Ebola


Ebola in West Africa: the stakes rise

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