Refugee camps test prototype device that generates chlorine on-site for simpler water treatment.
Categories: Health technologies
There’s a direct correlation between health and happiness. On International Day of Happiness, here are some of our favorite happy photos.
In the not-so-distant future, we’ll be able to print out replacement tissue and organs, making joint replacements look so yesterday.
Here are some female-initiated contraceptive methods that help put women in the driver's seat.
Something old makes something new: a drug with antiseptic power could save hundreds of thousands of lives
Essential. Necessary. This is what we call a simple medicine with great potential to save the most vulnerable population—babies.
What would you do if you knew there was a drug that could save thousands of lives if you could just get it to the right people?
Thanks to years of impassioned and data-driven advocacy, injectable contraceptives will soon be available to women in Zambia.
What do these three contraceptive technologies have in common?
An inexpensive virtual reality technology proves to have lifesaving applications in the operating room.
Malaria trackers to mosquito whisperers: meet some of the heroes ending one of Africa’s most dreaded diseases.