Counterfeit Medicines Kill People

Over 1 million people die each year from fake drugs. COVID-19 has made it even worse.

Policy

How I Learned to Love Celebrating My Disability

International Day of Persons with Disabilities Used to Make Me Uncomfortable — Until I Learned to Love Myself

Chronic Care Issues

Global Disabilities Map Visualizes the Strength and Power of Millions of Athletes Around the World

This interactive map advocates for the rights of people with disabilities in the U.S. and around the world

Chronic Care Issues

Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis Don’t Have to Rule Your Life

Healthy eating and good communication with your doctor are key

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HealthyWomen's 2020 Policy Survey Shows That Knowledge Is Power

How access to scientific studies and policies informs women’s health choices.

Your Care

Amid COVID and Racial Unrest, Black Churches Put Faith in Mental Health Care

As Black people face an onslaught of emotions and isolation, churches play a crucial role in addressing the mental health of their members

Self-Care & Mental Health

Black Women Are Getting HIV at Alarming Rates

Racial, geographical and socioeconomic factors put women of color at greater risk for HIV

Your Health

Your Brain’s Built-in Biases Insulate Your Beliefs From Contradictory Facts

Our cognitive bias can lead to irrational decisions, with devastating public health consequences

Science and Technology

Laughing Is Good For Your Mind and Your Body – Here’s What the Research Shows

Laughter has physical and mental health benefits and goodness knows we could all use a little levity as we close out 2020

Self-Care & Mental Health

The Global Threat of Superbugs

Overuse and misuse of antibiotics has created drug-resistant infections

Science and Technology

Why the Oxford AstraZeneca Vaccine Is Now a Global Game Changer

With AstraZeneca joining Pfizer and Moderna in developing an effective vaccine for COVID-19, the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel is getting brighter

Your Health