Catherine Greene is a Montessori schoolteacher whose own studies focused on anti-bias and anti-racism education.
How do you fight misinformation around neglected tropical diseases? In this competition, teams of college students across the globe had 24 hours to cook up a cool plan.
State and local health officials in North Carolina continue to recommend the use of face coverings in public spaces to contain COVID-19.
Leading health experts shared the innovations and breakthroughs that they said saved millions of lives over the past ten years.
Dengue afflicts nearly 400 million people worldwide every year, but a vaccine has remained elusive. New research offers a path forward.
Life expectancy is up. The death rate for young children is down. So why is Dr. Richard Horton, editor of 'The Lancet,' worried about global health?
A commentary in the New England Journal of Medicine issues a call to the medical community around the world.
The scarcity of rural vets, who are the first line of defense against diseases that can spread from animals to humans, means sick and infected animals could increasingly go untested.
Research scientists say they want to define Alzheimer's by the biological changes it causes in the brain, rather than by symptoms like memory loss.