#health care

  • Article: These Are the World's Most and Least Liveable Cities
    Citizenship

    These Are the World's Most and Least Liveable Cities

    By Joanna Prisco|Aug. 15, 2018

    Civil unrest and strife played a “strong role” in determining the 10 lowest-scoring cities. Read more

  • Article: India Is About to Make a Massive Change to Its Health Care System
    Health

    India Is About to Make a Massive Change to Its Health Care System

    By Jackie Marchildon|Aug. 14, 2018

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has new plans. Read more

  • Video: Why the World Needs More Female Leaders in Health Care
    PartnerHealth

    Why the World Needs More Female Leaders in Health Care

    Aug. 1, 2018|Johnson & Johnson

    Johnson & Johnson is empowering women to lead in the health industry and deliver quality care. Read more

  • Article: Canada's Indigenous People Are Dying Because of Racism in Health Care
    Health

    Canada's Indigenous People Are Dying Because of Racism in Health Care

    By Jackie Marchildon|July 6, 2018

    And this isn’t a problem in just one country. Read more

  • Article: South Africa Is One Major Step Closer to Health Care for All
    Health

    South Africa Is One Major Step Closer to Health Care for All

    By Joanna Prisco|June 22, 2018

    The country is shifting toward universal coverage. Read more

  • Article: What It's Like to Provide Health Care From a Shipping Container in South Africa
    Health

    What It's Like to Provide Health Care From a Shipping Container in South Africa

    By Jackie Marchildon|June 20, 2018

    Cynthia Gcinile Yeko proves good health care can come from anywhere. Read more

  • Article: This Trump Administration Policy Could Cause STD Rates to Rise
    Health

    This Trump Administration Policy Could Cause STD Rates to Rise

    By Daniele Selby|June 14, 2018

    Newly reported cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis in the US hit a record high in 2016. Read more

  • Article: Hurricane Maria May Have Killed 5,000 People in Puerto Rico: Harvard Study
    Health

    Hurricane Maria May Have Killed 5,000 People in Puerto Rico: Harvard Study

    By Phineas Rueckert|May 29, 2018

    Researchers attribute the bulk of the deaths to “health care disruption.” Read more