Global Health InsightsDive into the latest trending topics in global health with IHME’s Global Health Insights blog. Our health researchers explain the significance of new studies, share data related to current events, and help you understand the story behind the numbers.
In today's episode, Dr. Sarah Wulf Hanson and Dr. Celine Gounder share their research on long COVID – its symptoms and paths to recovery, and who is most likely to be affected.
In today's episode, Dr. Caroline Stein and Dr. Hasan Nassereldine discuss natural immunity (aka immunity from getting infected with COVID) and the best time to get a booster.
In today's episode, we hear from Dr. Bollyky and Dr. Joe Dieleman about the factors that led some countries to have lower death tolls during the COVID pandemic, and how we can harness those measures to prepare for the next one.
In today's episode, Dr. Peter Hotez and Dr. Christopher Murray talk with Pauline Chiou about the lessons learned so far.
In today's episode, Pauline Chiou talks about the pandemic's impact on mental health with Dr. Alize Ferrari and Dr. Damian Santomauro.
If you get infected with COVID, how long will you be immune after? Should you still get vaccinated even if you've had COVID? IHME Director Christopher Murray answers these questions and more in the latest Global Health Insights video.
In this installment of Global Health Insights, IHME Director Christopher Murray explains what we can expect for China in the coming months as zero-COVID is repealed.
The Lancet has announced a new commission to examine the broad set of threats facing the world over the rest of the century.
The ongoing zero-COVID policy in China has had significant economic and social repercussions. But what will be the health implications of removing it?
We recognize World Antimicrobial Awareness Week with new research showing which pathogens are most responsible for infectious disease deaths.
We expect the population to peak in about four decades, somewhere over 9 billion, and then begin to decline.
We reviewed thousands of studies on risks like smoking and eating red meat to determine how strong the evidence was that those risks lead to health impacts, and whether it’s worth changing your behavior.