India is making rapid progress toward the elimination of black fever within the country.
The World Health Organization (WHO) applauds Nepal's latest legislation that restricts trans-fatty acids in food.
Malaria numbers are dropping annually in Cambodia, putting the country on track to eradicate the disease by 2025.
In an effort to lower the maternal mortality rate, the Colombian authorities have successfully implemented nationwide a model first developed for vulnerable populations.
Bangladesh has made extensive efforts to remove all sources of lead from the common South Asian turmeric spice.
Several countries around the world are seeing a decline in the amount of young people who drink alcohol.
An advancement in prosthetic limbs is allowing amputees to sense temperature, perhaps allowing for a greater sense of human connection through touch.
Midwives have recently been in high demand in Laos, as the Southeast Asian country works toward greater protection of mothers during pregnancy and childbirth.
The Ethiopian government is partnering with the World Bank to ensure access to clean water, proper sanitation facilities, and hygiene education within schools
According to the latest estimates, there has been a steady decline in tobacco use all around the world, and efforts need to remain constant for the good of the world’s population.