April 20, 2017

Doctors team up to stop preventable blindness

04-20-2017 – It takes remarkable drive and ambition for a young boy from the small east Nepalese village of Olangchungola with no running water or

April 20, 2017

Florida mom returns home after Oklahoma surgeon removes ‘inoperable’ brain tumor

A 27 year old Florida mother has returned home to her 2 year old daughter and Air Force husband with so much hope after being

April 4, 2017

In Sweden, Hundreds Of Refugee Children Gave Up On Life

The Swedish word uppgivenhetssyndrom sounds like what it is a syndrome in which kids have given up on life. That is what several hundred children

April 4, 2017

Recall Of Some EpiPens Extends To U.S.

The pharmaceutical company Mylan NV announced a recall of some brand name EpiPen and EpiPen Jr. auto injectors on Friday. The announcement followed a separate

April 4, 2017

Child Deaths Drop From 14.2 Million In 1990 To 7.3 Million In 2015

The world is doing a much better job of keeping babies alive long enough to become children, children alive long enough to become teens and

February 15, 2017

Football headers linked to brain damage

02-15-2017 – Repeated headers during a footballers professional career may be linked to long term brain damage, according to tentative evidence from UK scientists. The

November 26, 2016

Florida Keys Approves Trial Of Genetically Modified Mosquitoes To Fight Zika

In the Florida Keys on Election Day, along with the presidential race, one of the most controversial items on the ballot dealt with Zika. In

September 1, 2015

Experts to investigate new Ebola case in north Sierra Leone

Ebola experts are in Sierra Leone’s Kambia district investigating a case that emerged less than a week after the country’s last known patient was discharged

September 1, 2015

Eliminating Behavioral Health Disparities and Improving Outcomes for Racial and Ethnic Minority Populations

Katherine Sanchez, , Ph.D., L.C.S.W., Rick Ybarra, , M.A., Teresa Chapa, , Ph.D., M.P.A., Octavio N. Martinez, , M.D., M.P.H. Integrated care holds promise for

September 1, 2015

Saudi Arabia sees Mers deaths surge

Health officials admit they are worried by the timing, as the kingdom prepares to welcome around two million Muslims for the Hajj next month. Mers