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Education about sexually transmitted infections is an important way to prevent the spread.
Burnout is now classified as "a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed," according to WHO.
The group determined kids under age 5 should not be allowed very much screen time either.
The pilot program hopes to vaccinate at least 360,000 children a year in three countries, potentially saving thousands of lives.
“How did we pay for World War II? At the end of the day when something is this important our economy is going to suffer if we don’t pay for it.”
The Democratic Republic of Congo government cut the internet. People attacked medical facilities. NGOs relocated their staff.
It's now the third-largest outbreak ever of the deadly hemorrhagic fever, with 215 deaths.
As global health organizations call for a worldwide ban of the practice, a Moroccan sociologist explains why it persists in her country — and how to stop it.
The World Health Organization, U.N. Women and the U.N. Human Rights office have called the test "medically unnecessary."
The outbreak of the deadly hemorrhagic fever has already killed 139 people in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The singer called for “collective human action" to provide support for those suffering.
Health care workers are sidelined as growing misinformation and community resistance hampers response efforts against the deadly hemorrhagic fever in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
A high-level U.N. meeting next week may jolt efforts to fight the treatable, curable disease.
In the middle of a measles outbreak, a new populist government spreads conspiracies.
Experts worry the outbreak could escalate after a patient died in Butembo, a city of about 1 million people in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
An active conflict zone and rising infections among health care workers are helping to spread the deadly disease.
And its return in the Democratic Republic of Congo points to the concerning rise of the worst kind of outbreaks, experts say.
This series features nursing mothers in China, Peru, Kenya, France and beyond.