Stories about Health from September, 2017
"More and more parents...refuse to accept the social stigma that comes with developmental difficulties, and reject the misguided notion that they have to carry all the weight themselves."
The movement of underground contaminants into buildings is attracting increased scrutiny from health experts, advocates and agencies.
Data shows that while infection and transmission rates for hepatitis are growing, HIV/AIDS causes more deaths overall.
For years, Mexican artist Martín Ramírez was only known as a psychiatric patient who made drawings. That narrative is changing.
Papua New Guinea’s Health Minister Accused of Ordering Public Hospitals to Stop Speaking About the Country’s Drug Shortage
"I must make it very, very clear, that if we run short of medicines, we will continue making noise, irrespective of the ministerial orders in place."