The Flu Isn’t Just a US Problem

The Flu Isn’t Just a US Problem

The strain of the flu that has circulated the US this year has been a really bad one. Highly contagious and occasionally deadly, the 2018 flu has spread like wildfire throughout schools and workplaces, knocking out victims for a week at a time and leaving them...
Global Health in 2018

Global Health in 2018

Technology and social progress continue marching steadfastly forward in 2018. This past year saw some remarkable strides in global health, including a huge fall in polio rates, advances in pharmacogenomics, and the positive externalities of increased spending on...
Eradicating Polio & What That Means Long Term

Eradicating Polio & What That Means Long Term

For the past few decades, one of the biggest points of order for major health and philanthropic groups including the WHO, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the UN, and the WEF has been to eradicate polio and make the devastating disease a complete thing of the...
Healthcare for Women in Developing Nations

Healthcare for Women in Developing Nations

Women in developing nations have a steep climb ahead of them to be poised to see the successes and strides in economics, social status, and life expectancy of their Western counterparts. Women’s health is often a secondary concern of many developing nations. Now,...