If a new flu pandemic strikes, nurses are likely to be our first—and best—line of defense.
This year, our annual list from IntraHealth International is filled with abundant uncertainty, and a cautious hope for progress.
We must move more quickly to keep the cost of Zika—estimated at $5 billion—from doubilng or tripling, says Dr. Kate Tulenko in the new issue of Global Health & Diplomacy
What can home-based health workers do to protect their older clients and family members from Zika?
We shouldn't wait for the next epidemic before we implement some relatively simple yet powerful digital health solutions.
As Zika spreads across the Americas, women trying to heed health authorities' recommendations to delay pregnancy are in a tough spot.
As nurses gather in Seoul for the 2015 ICN Conference, an outbreak of MERS poses a new global health security threat.
Emerging Pandemic Threats from Animal Sources: The Need for Greater Health Worker Capacity in Developing Countries to Prevent and Control Them
Diseases transmitted from animals to humans cause 2.4 billion human illnesses and 2.2 million deaths every year.
Hot news released last week by the World Health Organization (WHO) could change the future of global health.
During my medical residency, several of my friends stuck themselves with used needles while caring for patients. I remember their anxiety as they waited for the blood tests to arrive that indicated whether they were at risk for HIV, hepatitis B, or hepatitis C.