COVID-19 continues to sweep across the world, and has now spread from the developed world to the global South. With rural populations making up three-quarters of the world’s poor, the impact of the pandemic will inevitably be most devastating in developing

On July 27 the U.K. government unveiled a new £10m campaign to tackle what for decades has been dubbed the country’s “obesity crisis.” The reason for this decision being cited as Public Health England’s (PHE) recent claims that weight is,

Water touches everything and this pandemic is no exception. Safe water and improved sanitation at home are more than a convenience. They can save lives. There are significant ramifications on the health and survival of households particularly in impoverished communities An ambitious serial entrepreneur, Elon Musk professes that his ventures revolve around his vision to "change the world and help humanity." Amidst a hotbed of American climate change denial, Musk has dedicated his life’s work to developing products that are on

It has been weeks since I’ve written anything of consequence. Since late fall I’ve been editing my third book, “The Dignity Doctrine: Rational Relations for an Irrational World,” which will be released this spring, June 9, 2020. The sheer mental

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