Regan, England’s first women’s health tsar, has her work cut out for her.
People living in poverty or disadvantage are three times more likely to die from COVID than the wealthy.
More houses of worship are offering mental health programs, especially African American congregations.
It’s been argued that pandemics are the great leveller, but with COVID the opposite is true – and we can’t afford to ignore it.
Spending time in nature is an essential resource for mental wellbeing, but lockdown increased existing inequalities in the way our green spaces are used - and who is able to benefit from them.
The announcement of a new Māori health authority could radically transform health outcomes for Māori, but its success depends on how independent and accountable it will be.