India is making rapid progress toward the elimination of black fever within the country.
Malaria numbers are dropping annually in Cambodia, putting the country on track to eradicate the disease by 2025.
Bangladesh has made extensive efforts to remove all sources of lead from the common South Asian turmeric spice.
An advancement in prosthetic limbs is allowing amputees to sense temperature, perhaps allowing for a greater sense of human connection through touch.
A team of scientists have developed anthrobots, tiny groups of human cells capable of moving on their own, that have the potential to pave the way to revolutionary personalized medicine.
Bill Gates is praising Senegal for its innovative spirit in improving the health of its citizens, after a recent visit to the country.
Namibia is on track to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic ahead of previously-scheduled predictions.
Two game-changing drugs in the treatment of Alzheimer's show up to 35 percent effectiveness in clinical trials.
Argentina is modernizing its public healthcare services in a $50 million revamp that is set to benefit 6.5 million uninsured Buenos Aires residents.
The discovery of a new antibiotic by American and Canadian scientists is the latest example of the potent and game-changing role artificial intelligence can play in medicine and the development of new drugs.