From the editor: At the current rate of change, it will take almost a century before women reach...Read More
When popular card game Cards Against Humanity conducted a survey of Americans in 2017 to get an...Read More
Every morning, Bailey Poland wakes up and goes online, following a routine familiar to most of us:...Read More
As part of National Small Business Week, FreeFrom launched an incubator that helps survivors of domestic violence start their own businesses.Read More
Anyone who has been to India has experienced the crisis in sanitation firsthand. Open defecation and its impact on water supplies have created a public health calamity that has caught the attention of the national and international leadership.Read More
New research published in an upcoming issue of Scientific American reveals a previously undiscovered system for clearing the brain of proteins and other wastes—and in an important revelation for our over-exhausted society, this system is most active during sleep.Read More
Interview with Danladi Verheijen, Managing Director and Co-Founder of Verod Capital Conducted by Chrisella Herzog in July 2013. This interview was part of a feature for Diplomatic Courier. Africa is currently one of the fastest...Read More
The 2015 Climate and Health Summit was notable in that it was the first Summit — and the first Conference of Parties — where the many public health crises being caused by climate change were given attention by doctors and health professionals from around the world.Read More
Nearly 75% of women online globally report they have experienced online violence of some form, and the same percentage of women online report they have received sexually explicit harassing messages, according to a report released by the UN today.Read More
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