• February 22, 2017Web First
  • Mexico's Sweetened Beverage Tax Shows Results

  • The study found taxed sugar-sweetened drink sales decreased appreciably between 2014 and 2016, especially in poorer households.
  • M. Arantxa Cochero, Juan Rivera-Dommarco, Barry Popkin, and Shu Wen Ng
  • February 13, 2017Eye On Health Reform
  • First Steps Of Repeal, Replace, And Repair

  • In Health Affairs' new monthly journal series, summarizing recent ACA developments, Tim Jost describes what he calls "a sea change in national health policy."
  • February 16, 2017Affordable Care Act
  • Unpacking The Market Stabilization Proposed Rule

  • Tim Jost examines what's in the proposed individual insurance market stabilization rule, what its effects might be, and what else must be done to stabilize the markets.
  • From Obamacare To Trumpcare

  • Will lawmakers repeal and replace or amend the ACA? What is the background on premium supports, block grants, and private insurance regulation? Health Affairs covers health reform in nonpartisan articles and briefs plus timely blogs from multiple points of view.
  • Culture Of Health

  • Our Culture of Health topic hub brings together Web links from the new issue, as well as other related journal articles and posts from Health Affairs Blog.
  • Global Health Policy

  • Health Affairs regularly explores global health policy matters in journal articles, Health Affairs Blog posts, and in thematic issues.
  • Tobacco Taxes

  • To curb smoking and raise revenue, governments impose taxes on tobacco products.September 19, 2016
  • November Issue Briefing

  • On November 10 Health Affairs held its issue briefing about the culture of health in Washington, D.C.