More children die from illnesses and disease caused by the lack of safe water and sanitation than war, or TB, AIDS and malaria combined.
Child care is unaffordable for most everyone--but it’s prohibitively expensive for the low-income parents who need access to care to be able to work.
Alzheimer’s is much more deadly than we previously thought - more than 503,000 annual deaths from the disease.
Few cuts could be more expensive in the long run than reductions in spending to confront the spread of drug-resistant tuberculosis.
VA Deputy Secretary Sloan Gibson agreed the “status quo must change.”
Clearly, stabilizing and reducing the spread of both HIV and HPV must be top priorities on the world health agenda. But how should this be tackled?
PTS cripples functioning and puts military personnel and veterans at greater risk for self-destructive and violent behavior.
Exposure to toxic environmental chemicals occurs every day, to everyone, everywhere across America.
America's status as the research lab for the world is no longer secure.
One in four people are living with a mental illness. 22 million people have a substance use disorder.