Issues / Health
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.
It's time to make "health for all" a global reality.
Instead of promoting a rational, reasoned response to the swine flu outbreak, global health officials helped inflame sentiment against immigrants in the United States and across the globe.
While it's easy to get swept up in the commercialism at major sports events, one shouldn't ignore the transformative capacity of sport to produce social change.
In countries like Sierra Leone, AFRICOM is definitely not the answer to Africa's challenges.
As more vets commit suicide than die in combat, the Department of Veterans Affairs faces a class action lawsuit for allegedly systematically denying mental health care and disability benefits.
It's time to question the university's defense tactics, and not just on the football field.