health & medicine
Researchers are working with HIV patients in Africa to explore whether yogurt can slow the spread of HIV.
Nepal is one of the poorest countries and healthcare is a major challenge, but one doctor hopes to improve conditions for women there.
A county in south central China isn't encouraging people there to stop smoking; in fact, it's ordering public workers to smoke.
The health problems associated with DDT outweighs its effectiveness in controlling malaria , and the WHO plans to phase it out worldwide by 2020.
Public health lessons from Mexico's handling of the H1N1 influenza outbreak -- from information transmission to virus transmission.
State-of-the-art prosthetics have caused controversy in sports, and raise questions about what it means to be human.
Answers to questions about the swine flu -- from the government's response and whether the virus can be contained, to ways to take early precautions.
Pakistan's limited water supply is making many millions sick from water-borne diseases such as diarrhea, hepatitis and typhoid.
Panama's campaign to vaccinate girls against cervical cancer focuses on cancer but not the sexually transmitted virus.
The global effort to combat Malaria faces possible major setback as doctors fight to eliminate a drug-resistant malaria parasite in Cambodia.