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When Nairobi gets hot, its slums get even hotter. That's what a new study published in PLOS ONE has found. In 2015, researchers put... [Read More]
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"Shine bright like a diamond!!!!" said an early post on the "Miss Albinism Zimbabwe" Facebook page, a nod to Rihanna. Another message, "Beauty beyond the... [Read More]
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Dr. Jerad Gardner is a pioneer in using Twitter and Facebook so doctors around the world can talk about puzzling cases. The practice has its... [Read More]
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When she was a "little mouse," the Rwandan pediatrician tried to make as much noise as a lion. Now as a global health activist, she's... [Read More]
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The decision comes after an unprecedented attack on a physiotherapist at an orthopedic center in September. [Read More]
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In Wise Trees, a book by photographers Diane Cook and Len Jenshel, you'll see a holy tree in the middle of an Indian candy shop,... [Read More]
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Photographer Tommy Trenchard shares stories from Rohingya refugees who have run for their lives. [Read More]
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Lorena Perez was a physiotherapist. On Monday, a patient in a wheelchair shot and killed her. The motive is not yet known. [Read More]
How do you stop the world's worst cholera epidemic? One way is to send volunteers door-to-door to tell people how they can avoid the... [Read More]
Pushed to the fringes of society, widows and single mothers band together to create a life for themselves and their children. Photographer Kiana Hayeri captures... [Read More]
Chenai Mathabire dreamed of being a model, but life had different plans. She recently won an award for proving that a rapid TB test could... [Read More]
"This idea of really taking pride in who you are and what you look like is the thing that keeps them going every day in... [Read More]
The activists came to Washington, D.C., from across the country — and around the world. They took workshops like #GirlBoss101, spoke to members of Congress... [Read More]
There aren't many pharmacies in Haiti. But there are vendors who walk the streets with towers of pills — including some that may be fake... [Read More]
Alika Kinan, a victim of sex trafficking in Argentina, made history when she sued her captors — and won. This week, she was honored as... [Read More]
Rodrigue Katembo has quite a resume: child soldier, park ranger, undercover agent, friend of gorillas and elephants, and now Goldman Environmental Prize winner. [Read More]
They competed in the first World Smarts STEM Challenge. We got to know the team that worked on a water purifier using neem leaves and... [Read More]
What is South African food? [Read More]
When the clock struck five, 19th-century Parisians turned to absinthe... [Read More]
Born out of slavery in 19th-century Cuba, the lively music and dance form takes many shapes... [Read More]
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