Researchers have grown a section of a human stomach in a petri dish. And it’s not the first time.
There's a new technology providing hope to help end cervical cancer.
Why we love toothy smiles, selfies in front of colorful condom walls, and a festive chandelier made from menstrual cups.
Niagara University innovation could make taking insulin simpler and provide more options for people with diabetes.
Innovations don’t always require a device. This former Xbox designer believes lives can be saved with better communication.
A multi-pronged strategy in India is saving lives through low-cost interventions such as donated human milk and breastfeeding support.
We must accelerate access to screening and prevention, write two PATH scientists in a New England Journal of Medicine commentary.
Stricken by polio as a child, PATH's Changcheng Zhu shares how his mother inspired his passion for advancing global health solutions.
Meet the people on the ground who are passionate about making sure kids get the vaccines they need.
PATH innovation helps make water filtration as common, and as easy, as putting a light bulb into a socket.