An international effort to raise money for and awareness of men's health has taken root on men's faces around the world.
Erin Curtiss, a midwife in Seattle, went to Haiti to help train more midwives. What she found, though, shocked her and disappointed her, but left her wanting to help more.
New research out of the United Kingdom indicates that people with larger social networks, especially early in life, will develop larger brain areas.
Sarah Wu, a teacher in Chicago Public Schools, ate school lunch for a year and blogged about it anonymously. She's revealed herself and is now out with a new book, Fed Up With Lunch.
The United Nations has made it a goal to improve maternal and child health, but mental health issues around the world remain woefully overlooked.
As Indians become more prosperous and have access to technology that can tell them the sex of a fetus, they are increasingly choosing to abort girls.
Across Africa, there have been organized efforts to prevent HIV-positive women from having children -- some are being paid, others being sterilized without their consent.
Prescribing malaria medication to patients who don’t need it wastes resources and can lead to drug resistance, say African health officials.
A recent report claims the U.S. is sending $45 million in arms to African soldiers and private security companies.
Women who chose home births say they want more control of their bodies and are rejecting the hospital and its technology.