When she graduated from Geneva Medical College in New York on January 23, 1849, Elizabeth Blackwell became the first woman in the United States...
Misuse of antibiotics created a monster called antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Better antibiotic use is the answer; everyone will be part of the solution.
Overcoming stigma around HIV/AIDS is an essential step toward controlling the epidemic. A doctor from Botswana hosts panels on taboo topics to help.
Air pollutants take a toll on your health. A new development that provides real-time air-quality data shows how safe the air around you is.
The great majority of Venezuelans are unable to afford enough food to live on because of an economy destroyed by the former Maduro regime.
Young African leader Arthur Zang developed CardioPad, a device for health workers in rural areas to transmit cardiac test results via mobile devices.
Learn how the Lower Mekong Initiative, a multinational partnership among the U.S. and five countries, has improved lives over the past decade.
December 1 is World AIDS Day. See the latest figures showing the millions of lives saved through the U.S. global AIDS relief initiative called PEPFAR.
Two wounded veterans are running multiple marathons in a week, in Boston and London, to spark conversations about mental health.