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Wealthier nations should pay COVID-19 vaccine tax to ensure equitable distribution of jabs

Wealthier nations should pay COVID-19 vaccine tax to ensure equitable distribution of jabs

Democrats plan to expand Medicare hearing benefits. What can consumers expect?

Democrats plan to expand Medicare hearing benefits. What can consumers expect?

New nutrient profiling system assesses the healthfulness of foods

New nutrient profiling system assesses the healthfulness of foods

Doubling excise duties could prevent alcohol-attributable cancers

Doubling excise duties could prevent alcohol-attributable cancers

Current focus on protecting kids from vaping could overshadow the efforts in adult smoking cessation

Current focus on protecting kids from vaping could overshadow the efforts in adult smoking cessation

WHO report highlights the threats posed by new nicotine and tobacco products

WHO report highlights the threats posed by new nicotine and tobacco products

Senate Democrats’ plan boosts spending on Medicare, ACA subsidies, long-term care

Senate Democrats’ plan boosts spending on Medicare, ACA subsidies, long-term care

Study explores contemporary attitudes towards wealth transfer taxation in Australia

Study explores contemporary attitudes towards wealth transfer taxation in Australia

Doctors’ early retirement has tripled over the past 13 years

Doctors’ early retirement has tripled over the past 13 years

BAT publishes new review of vaping products and their potential health effects

BAT publishes new review of vaping products and their potential health effects

Another soda tax bill dies. Another win for Big Soda.

Another soda tax bill dies. Another win for Big Soda.

SA’s 2018 'sugar tax' has led to reduction in purchases of sugar sweetened beverages, study shows

SA’s 2018 'sugar tax' has led to reduction in purchases of sugar sweetened beverages, study shows

New single-payer bill intensifies Newsom’s political peril

New single-payer bill intensifies Newsom’s political peril

Why Biden has a chance to cut deals with red state holdouts on Medicaid

Why Biden has a chance to cut deals with red state holdouts on Medicaid

Pandemic-related paid sick days and leave to expire Dec. 31 — with no extension in sight

Pandemic-related paid sick days and leave to expire Dec. 31 — with no extension in sight

Older people in wealthy countries consume more alcohol, finds study

Older people in wealthy countries consume more alcohol, finds study

Study reveals social and economic costs of ADHD to the Australian community

Study reveals social and economic costs of ADHD to the Australian community

Study: Public health regulation to tackle unhealthy diets is consistently opposed by food industry

Study: Public health regulation to tackle unhealthy diets is consistently opposed by food industry

Standardized packaging and stricter taxation measures reduce cigarette sales

Standardized packaging and stricter taxation measures reduce cigarette sales

Ghost bill: UVA siphons couple’s tax refund to pay 20-year-old medical debt

Ghost bill: UVA siphons couple’s tax refund to pay 20-year-old medical debt