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Australia Universal Healthcare: Easier than registering a car in the USA

Today. The day had finally come where I could apply for the healthcare system in Australia. I’d been excited about this moment but what happened after it was over was something that I never expected. 514 more words

Australia

World Health Day – Moving Towards a Healthier and Happier World

Universal healthcare is not an issue, it is the ONLY issue, that needs the most attention! WHO understood this fact way back in 1948 when they held the First World Health Assembly. 471 more words

Ponty Chadha Foundation

World Health Day – Moving Towards a Healthier and Happier World

Universal healthcare is not an issue, it is the ONLY issue, that needs the most attention! WHO understood this fact way back in 1948 when they held the First World Health Assembly. 471 more words

Ponty Chadha Foundation

World Health Day – Moving Towards a Healthier and Happier World

Universal healthcare is not an issue, it is the ONLY issue, that needs the most attention! WHO understood this fact way back in 1948 when they held the First World Health Assembly. 471 more words

Healthcare: Right Or Privilege?

Nothing evokes passion more than the healthcare debate in America. After all, healthcare represents approximately 18% of the total GDP of our economy. It effects just about everyone in the country in some form or the other and the cost keeps rising at unsustainable levels. 540 more words

Republican

[Press Release] Universal healthcare pushed on World Health Day -NTSP

Universal healthcare pushed on World Health Day

On the occasion of World Health Day in April 7, members of the Working Group on Social ASEAN pushed for the immediate realization of universal healthcare as they decried the highly insufficient state provision for healthcare and the capitalists’ excessive profiting from health services and medicines. 836 more words

Human Rights

MPH student interviews dean

Two years ago California native David Roston was in New Orleans to get an in-person view of graduate studies at the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. 193 more words

Global Health