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  • Article: Scientists Are 3D-Printing Coral Reefs to Prevent Extinction

    Scientists Are 3D-Printing Coral Reefs to Prevent Extinction

    By Joe McCarthy|Oct. 18, 2019

    The structures allow coral reefs to rehabilitate. Read more

  • Article: 3 Million People Can’t Access Tuberculosis Treatment: Report

    3 Million People Can’t Access Tuberculosis Treatment: Report

    By Jacky Habib|Oct. 18, 2019

    In 2018, 1.5 million people died of the disease. Read more

  • Article: This Company Is Giving Bees a Super Food to Make Them Stronger

    This Company Is Giving Bees a Super Food to Make Them Stronger

    By Joe McCarthy|Oct. 18, 2019

    Healthier bees could mean more food for us. Read more

  • Article: Ebola Outbreak Still Considered a Public Health Emergency of International Concern

    Ebola Outbreak Still Considered a Public Health Emergency of International Concern

    By Jackie Marchildon|Oct. 18, 2019

    This is the second deadliest Ebola outbreak ever recorded. Read more

  • Article: How One Trafficked Boy Broke Free After 9 Years — and Helped Rescue His Friends Too

    How One Trafficked Boy Broke Free After 9 Years — and Helped Rescue His Friends Too

    Oct. 18, 2019|International Justice Mission

    It’s Anti-Slavery Day in the UK, but over 40 million people worldwide are still enslaved. Read more

  • Article: Is the UK's Landmark Anti-Slavery Law Working? Here's What 6 Experts Have to Say.

    Is the UK's Landmark Anti-Slavery Law Working? Here's What 6 Experts Have to Say.

    Oct. 18, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    It's been five years since the Modern Slavery Act was introduced. Read more

  • Article: Global Citizen and London's Vagina Museum Talk Sex Ed, Maternal Health, and Contraception

    Global Citizen and London's Vagina Museum Talk Sex Ed, Maternal Health, and Contraception

    By Charlene Pink|Oct. 18, 2019

    We asked: Are we denying girls their future? Read more

  • Article: This Couple Have Been Married for Over 40 Years After Meeting as Toddlers on a Polio Ward

    This Couple Have Been Married for Over 40 Years After Meeting as Toddlers on a Polio Ward

    By Imogen Calderwood|Oct. 18, 2019

    They have just one regret about contracting the disease. Read more