With a recession on the horizon, flush times at the Capitol are nearing an end. The needs of families, roads and schools will remain.
The Omicron surge has peaked and is falling rapidly as the number of people living in Colorado who remain susceptible to the virus shrinks. Our communities are returning to normal. However, a new Omicron subvariant that appears to partially overcome preexisting immunity to Omicron is likely to increase the number of Colorado infections in the […]
The concept of global health addresses health care issues and concerns that transcend national boundaries and are best addressed by cooperative actions and solutions. The understanding of this concept has never been as important in human history as today with the COVID-19 pandemic. We are engaged in a global effort as we mobilize the resources […]
July 30 marked the 55th birthday of Medicaid and Medicare. This anniversary, noted at a time of great health peril in our country, offers us an opportunity to address the needs of our children. As a pediatrician with many years of commitment to the care of children, here and worldwide, I am fearful as the […]
If President Trump cuts ties with the World Health Organization (WHO), our country will effectively walk away from long-standing commitments to the world’s most vulnerable mothers and children. The WHO doesn’t just deal with infectious diseases and pandemics. Reducing childbirth deaths and childhood mortality has always been a major WHO focus. In fact, the Center […]