Cartoon Image of Priya riding her tiger in the sky amid kites (Courtesy of Priya's Shakti)

Indian superhero Priya honors front-line health care workers

India's first female superhero, Priya, is back in "Priya's Mask" — and she's honoring front-line workers and fighting disinformation about COVID-19.
A patient lying down at the end of a row of empty beds (© Andrea Hernandez/Washington Post/Getty Images)

Mental health in Maduro’s Venezuela

Medicine shortages inside Venezuela and a lack of mental health support for refugees outside of the country are killing Venezuelans.
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TB drug monitoring goes mobile

Curing TB means taking drugs on time. Mobile technologies are making it easier to monitor patients, especially in remote areas, helping to end the epidemic.
Masked workers seated at table assisting others with paperwork (USAID)

U.S. seeks to speed global COVID-19 vaccination campaign

The U.S. convened a COVID-19 ministerial to work with international partners to ensure everyone has the vaccinations they need.
Person holding severely malnourished baby (© Alvaro Ybarra Zavala/Getty Images Reportage)

Venezuela: Children wasting away

The crisis brought about by the illegitimate Maduro regime is starving innocent Venezuelans and killing children.
Doctor giving injection to boy in school gym with two other medical professionals (© AP Images)

COVID-19 vaccine research builds on U.S. successes

The United States has a long history of developing vaccines and providing humanitarian assistance to fight infectious diseases worldwide.
Woman carrying baby wrapped in a blanket in the street (© Fernando Llano/AP Images)

How the former Maduro regime hurts Venezuelan women

Nicolás Maduro's corruption and mismanagement place Venezuelan women and girls, whether at home or overseas, in harm's way.
Manu Prakash holding string with paper circle suspended on it (Kurt Hickman/Stanford News Service)

How a toy became a medical miracle

Inspired by a whirligig, a Stanford researcher developed a 20-cent paper centrifuge that could revolutionize health care diagnosis around the world.
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U.S. sends COVID-19 vaccines worldwide [September 2021]

The United States is donating billions in COVID-19 vaccine doses, funding for COVAX and medical supplies to countries all over the world.