These glasses offer a low-tech, low-cost, no-doctor solution for poor eyesight.
A simple technology nets a decline in malaria incidence and deaths.
Tending to recent immigrants and other travelers, Carlos Franco-Paredes diagnoses diseases that few other physicians in North America have ever seen.
Engineering students at Duke University created the BlueRay, which is being used experimentally on jaundiced babies in the developing world.
The author climbed a mountain against doctor’s orders—but not against his better judgment.
A solution to a sub-Saharan public health crisis is also…a merry-go-round.
The cause of hepatitis C was a mystery solved only after years of groundbreaking research. But the battle continues.
As today’s caregivers face a rainbow of cultures, issues of race, religion and language can make or break a treatment plan.
After the panic, the author of our article on avian flu discusses developments in the story.
Doctoring for Kenneth Kamler isn’t limited to his office in New York—or the Amazon rainforest, or the mountains of Bhutan, or even the reaches of space.
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