Debate over healthcare has raged on the national level, but proposals that cut public funding for health services can have very local effects.
Since 1990, reproductive health in America has become safer, more efficient, and less costly. Teen pregnancies have decreased substantially, new technology has made abortions safer, and access to contraception has slowed the spread of sexually transmitted diseases around the world. However, under the new administration,
How Political Parties in America Slowed the Response to a Global Health Crisis by Noah Forougi Over a year after the Zika outbreak in South America took a turn for the worse, Congress finally agreed to fund $1.1 billion to combat Zika. When the Zika