#health

  • Article: Here's How Stunted Kids Are Growing Again in Nepal
    Food & Hunger

    Here's How Stunted Kids Are Growing Again in Nepal

    Jan. 19, 2018|News Deeply

    Nepal received international support and used a combination of health strategies. Read more

  • Article: Malaria on the Rise in War-Tattered Syria
    Health

    Malaria on the Rise in War-Tattered Syria

    Jan. 19, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    The World Health Organization estimates that malaria cases rose by almost 100,000 last year. Read more

  • Article: Health Care Costs Are Forcing 100 Million People to Choose Between Food & Medicine
    Health

    Health Care Costs Are Forcing 100 Million People to Choose Between Food & Medicine

    By David Brand|Dec. 15, 2017

    Another 800 million people spend 10% of their income on health care. Read more

  • Article: This Australian Organisation is Working to Eradicate this Preventable Disease for Good
    Health

    This Australian Organisation is Working to Eradicate this Preventable Disease for Good

    By Kim Nguyen  and  Marnie Cunningham|Nov. 29, 2017

    The disease is affecting Indigenous Australians Read more

  • Article: This New Vaccine Could Prevent Infants from Contracting Typhoid
    Water & Sanitation

    This New Vaccine Could Prevent Infants from Contracting Typhoid

    By David Brand|Oct. 25, 2017

    It’s a big public health win, especially for communities that lack clean water and safe sanitation. Read more

  • Article: Australia Will Host the First Malaria World Congress
    AdvocacyHealth

    Australia Will Host the First Malaria World Congress

    By Kim Nguyen|Oct. 10, 2017

    Malaria remains a major global health problem in the Indo-Pacific region Read more

  • Article: Antibiotics Are Becoming Less Effective So Canada Is Planning For Antimicrobial Resistance
    Health

    Antibiotics Are Becoming Less Effective So Canada Is Planning For Antimicrobial Resistance

    By Jackie Marchildon|Sept. 6, 2017

    Antimicrobial resistance could lead to 10 million deaths by 2050. Read more

  • Article: Vaccines: The World’s First Line of Defense Against a Pandemic
    AdvocacyHealth

    Vaccines: The World’s First Line of Defense Against a Pandemic

    By Katie Dallas|Sept. 5, 2017

    We just need world leaders to recognize this by Sept 23 Read more