Two wounded veterans are running multiple marathons in a week, in Boston and London, to spark conversations about mental health.
Karen Pence, wife of Vice President Pence, is championing art therapy as she travels with her husband to South Korea, Japan, Indonesia and Australia.
These young entrepreneurs and innovators honored by Forbes magazine are also alumni of State Department exchange programs.
“In our world, illness is universal, but access to care is not,” said Raj Panjabi. He's trying to change that by getting medical care to isolated areas.
Artificial intelligence could accelerate scientific research. The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative hopes to enable breakthroughs with the Meta search engine.
An experimental Ebola vaccine could help prevent the spread of outbreaks like the one that killed thousands in West Africa.
The U.S. will try to cut in half the time it typically takes to make advances in cancer research. Learn more about the bipartisan 21st Century Cures Act.
Polio, which once infected 350,000 people, is almost nonexistent today, thanks to partnerships between governments and private organizations.
A virtual medic can now use mobile communications to bring health care and diagnostic tools to residents of poor and remote areas.