Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with David Darg of the humanitarian group, Operation Blessing, about the reported outbreak of cholera in Haiti in a region north of Port-au-Prince. The outbreak has killed at least 140 people.
Erin Curtiss is an American midwife who volunteered in Haiti. She wanted to help tackle the country's high mortality rate among pregnant women, but she discovered that solving the problem will require more than just midwives. Jenny Asarnow reports.
Jordan is playing a role in Libya's effort to recover from the violent overthrow of Libyan dictator, Muammar Gaddafi. Tens of thousands of Libyans have traveled to Jordan in the past year for medical treatment.
In Northern Ireland, the first stand alone clinic that provides abortions opened today. Abortion is legal in Northern Ireland and it's been controversial in the past. But as John Sepulvado reports from Belfast, the clinic is not attracting large protests.
When Boston hospitals found themselves facing the horrific aftermath of the bombings on marathon day, they were well-prepared: Thanks in part to lessons shared by emergency medical personnel in Israel. The World's Matthew Bell reports.
Chinese villagers broke into a smelting plant and smashed up equipment over the weekend. They were protesting the lead poisoning of hundreds of children living lear the plant. Anchor Lisa Mullins gets the details from The World's Mary Kay Magistad.