In the polluted Watts neighborhood, residents’ average lifespan is 12 years less than people from more affluent areas. Daniel Ross finds the people who are fighting back.
Psychological tools developed with Aboriginal people can also support Australian farmers whose land is suffering the effects of climate change. Georgina Kenyon writes.
Family planning is an important component in many relationships; this includes preparing for planned pregnancies and navigating ways to prevent unplanned pregnancies. Since…
Getting African youths even to get tested for HIV has proven difficult. VR may offer a sympathetic way to overcome the stigma. Sidelle Willow Smith writes.
As Mexico’s middle and upper classes make a fad of natural birth, traditional midwives are being threatened legally for providing the same services to the poor. Rosalynn A. Vega reports.
In the early 2000s, when there were just two psychiatrists serving over 12 million people, Zimbabwe had to get creative to treat depression. Now, one bright idea – the Friendship Bench – is spreading far and wide.
Kate Pickett and Richard Wilkinson investigate the links between individual mental health and the health of a community.
More and more people are donating organs, but demand still far exceeds supply. What can the world learn from the country that does it best? Chris Baraniuk writes.
In Finland, people whose sickness is linked to certain buildings fear being labelled as mentally ill, while scientists search for evidence that their condition is “real.” Shayla Love on the beat.
99% fruit and veggies means only what marketers want it to mean. Jacky Mandelbaum and Jane Martin show you how to sort through the bunk.