In an effort to monitor antibiotic use and improve stewardship, WHO created the AWaRe tool in 2017 that divides the drugs into 3 categories: Access, Watch, and Reserve, 

The largest indigenous group in Colombia—the Wayuu—have long battled the multinational owners of the one of the world’s largest coal mines, which stands bang in the middle of their ancestral territory.  

When given a choice, Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, which transmit dangerous diseases like dengue, opt to bite humans rather than other animals.  

The WHO is marking this World Hepatitis Day with some good news.  

Crowded beaches, rushed re-openings, and defiance of mask mandates are pushing governments around the world to tighten restrictions as COVID-19 case numbers push relentlessly higher,

Like everything else, NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts are happening remotely.

The US should spend $75 billion to fix its COVID-19 testing debacle, STAT reports, citing the verdict of a bipartisan panel of

The Moderna candidate vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 generated an immune response and showed no serious adverse effects, the