Reshma Quereshi is taking the acid attack that disfigured her for life and turning it into a positive campaign for change in India. And she's doing it by becoming the face for cosmetic ads across the country.
Cervical cancer is far more common in the developing world than in the US. One reason: women in the US receive routine screening that catches it in its earliest stages. A low-cost test being rolled out in India could save tens of thousands of lives.
A recent study of an agricultural area outside of Mumbai found the highest concentration of large carnivores living alongside people. The relationship can be tense and deadly, but humans and leopards have largely adapted to sharing the landscape.
Thousands of women die of cervical cancer each year in the developing world. In large part, it's because they don't have access to tests like the Pap smear. But a new test, one that merely involves conventional vinegar, is changing everything.