The legacy of colonialism in West Africa continues to impact how communities engage with public health and conservation efforts. Taking a new approach to these can increase trust and save lives.
In a country with one of Southeast Asia’s worst infant mortality rates, one clinic is striving to bring improved birthing assistance to local women.
East Africa’s largest country has made great strides in reducing its maternal death rate, but many obstacles remain.
Being overweight is stigmatized in most countries around the world. But does obsessive talk about excess fat lead to weight reduction—or to cruel, useless shaming?
Concerns about the Zika virus are fueled more by fear than by medical science.
Instagram user accounts reveal how bears are honored as part of nature—or turned into cold hard cash.