In 15 years the United States, through PEPFAR, has helped millions of people live with HIV/AIDS and prevented its spread. Share this free poster to raise awareness.
The yearlong international health response to combat Ebola has sharply reduced the rate of infection. Pushing case numbers to zero is still the goal.
Participating in sports makes girls physically healthier, boosts their confidence, and increases their ability to succeed as adults.
Polio, which once infected 350,000 people, is almost nonexistent today, thanks to partnerships between governments and private organizations.
You can’t stop Ebola if you don’t know where it is. Before organizations such as Doctors Without Borders or the Red Cross send health...
First lady Michelle Obama visits the 2015 World Expo in Milan to promote healthy eating.
April 4 is International Mine Awareness Day. Learn how teaching kids soccer can protect them from land mines.
Vaccination saves 2 million to 3 million lives yearly. Reaching children who don't receive vaccines is the goal for World Immunization Week, April 24–30.
"Continuing Promise" brought U.S. military members to Colombia, Guatemala and Honduras to provide medical care and other humanitarian efforts.