César Chelala

César Chelala is a global health consultant and contributing editor for The Globalist. [New York, United States]

Beyond Flint: Victimizing Women and Children

Environmental degradation takes a heavy toll on women and children’s health.

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The Fried Eggs of Jorge Luis Borges

Stories of personal encounters with great Argentinean writer.

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Public Health: Russia is Sick

Public health challenges facing Russia today cripple its potential for tomorrow.

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China: Where Young Men Are Looking for Brides

A cultural bias towards male heirs is creating a vast gender divide in China.

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Water: A Big Challenge for Africa

Can Africa provide clean, safe water for its urban and suburban communities?

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How China Leaves Mental Health Problems Unaddressed

China lacks the manpower and training to handle an epidemic of mental illness.

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Will China be Able to Curb Adolescent Suicide?

Suicides rates soar in the face of China’s transformation. What can China do to reverse the trend?

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TB in China: a New Epidemic of an Old Disease

How China handles drug-resistant tuberculosis will have a big effect on the problem globally.

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Is China’s Progress Inexorable?

Will the health consequences of modernization end the giant strides of the Chinese dragon?

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Cultural Factors in the Fight Against HIV

Continued progress in HIV requires an awareness of social factors.

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