Issues / Health
Whistleblowers have unearthed the widespread use of Agent Orange by the U.S. military in Korea.
On the 30th anniversary of the first reported case of AIDS, we may just have turned the corner on battling the disease -- if we commit the resources.
It seems to be deja vu with Tepco and Fukushima -- like Bill Murray in "Groundhog Day."
Haiti's reconstruction still has a long ways to go, but needed development industry reforms can go a long way toward strengthening local government and providing jobs for Haitians not just outsiders.
American officials have been slow to recognize and treat mental health disorders in Guantanamo detainees.
Modern battlefields tend to be toxic nightmares, and depleted uranium is one of the main culprits.
Over the years, Texaco, now owned by Chevron, dumped nearly 20 billion gallons of toxic sludge in the jungle.
Why is the U.S. Army reluctant to discuss genitourinary injuries?
The international community agreed to the goal of achieving universal access to HIV/AIDS treatment, but the Obama administration is scaling back its commitment
The August 2010 issue of NANO Magazine, highlighting nanoscale research expected to have a positive impact on the developing world, included articles focused on energy generation, disease prevention and water purification.