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· March, 2012

Stories about Health from March, 2012

Bulgaria: “You will win, Captain!”

Chile: Twitter Debates Therapeutic Abortion While the Senate Waits

While the senate continues to postpone the debate over the legalization of therapeutic abortion, the exchanging of opinions has continued unabated in Chilean cyberspace, most noticeably following two televised debates...

DR of Congo: Health Challenges in Goma Due to Clean Water Shortage

India: How Many Lives More To Ignite A Movement?

India: Renewing the Pledge Against Tuberculosis on World TB Day

In India, where TB is one of the biggest health challenges, the World Tuberculosis (TB) Day was observed in various parts of the country. A nationwide communication campaign has recently...

Spain: Documentary in Production on the Healing Power of Flamenco

Ukraine: Oksana Makar's Gang Rape Case

Video: Studying, Creating and Editing Videos with Cerebral Palsy

China: Shanghai International Adult Products Expo

Video: Surfers, Fishermen and Radiation in Post Earthquake Japan

Journalist Lisa Katayama and filmmaker Jason Wishnow are documenting the lives of people dealing with radiation in a post-earthquake Japan. In We Are All Radioactive, they are including 50% footage...

Cuba: Aggression Against Women

Cuba: Antúnez Released

Trinidad & Tobago: The Gender Card (and other political missteps)

Taiwan, U.S.A: Taiwanese Pig Farmers Protest American Beef Imports

China: Citizens Call for Public Monitoring of Organ Transplantation

After years of speculation, China's Ministry of Health has confirmed that executed prisoners are in fact harvested for organs. Now, netizens want to know: how are donors matched with patients,...

Haiti: Criticizing the UN

Haiti: Nowhere to “Go”?

Puerto Rico: Online Campaign to Stop Unnecessary C-Sections

Unnecessary Caesarean is the name of the campaign launched on the first week of March in Puerto Rico, aiming to curb the very high percentage of caesarean births in the...

Cuba: Doctor goes on Hunger Strike

Cuba: Trying to get the Pope's Attention

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