Health

Will the Affordable Care Act Die by Non-Enforcement?

U.S. cities file suit to force the Trump Administration to keep Obamacare alive.

More Regulation Needed to Combat Risks From Cosmetics

Scholar argues that the association between cosmetics and femininity has contributed to harmful under-regulation.

The Potential Consequences of the Smoke-Free Public Housing Rule

Scholars argue that HUD’s smoke-free rule misses the mark in efforts to curb smoking.

Responding to Human Germline Editing

Recent allegations over a controversial scientist highlight challenges for regulating medical genetics.

Bringing Sunscreen into the 21st Century

A recent FDA proposed rule would transform over-the-counter sunscreen regulation.

The Uncertain Regulatory Future of Marijuana-Based Oil

Upcoming FDA hearing could set the course for regulatory approval of the burgeoning CBD industry.

Should Pandora’s Brain Be Regulated?

Attempts at regulating machines with human-like intelligence should be of pressing concern.

Making Law Student Mental Health a Priority

Initiatives at Penn Law affirm a commitment to making well-being a priority in its community and the legal profession.

Will an All-Payer System Lower Health Care Costs?

Maryland’s global budgeting scheme for hospitals may be a model for controlling rising health care prices.

FDA and the Future of Youth Smoking

Former Commissioner Scott Gottlieb recently discussed the e-cigarette epidemic among American youth.

The Role of Appropriate Access to Care in Reducing Health System Costs

Improving access to health care can reduce long-term health care costs.

Risk of Measles on the Rise

New York City has taken an unprecedented step to control the spread of measles.