In Bangladesh, a new school is trying to fill the gap in the number of clinicians who can make artificial limbs, braces and splints. For a country this size, 1,100 would be the target number of trained professionals. Right now, they have 25.
That “Car Accident” Is No “Accident”—It’s an Under-recognized Public Health Crisis
February 10, 2021
As Brazil battles one of the world’s deadliest coronavirus outbreaks, it can be proud of progress tackling another deadly global public health challenge.
Gun Sales and Risks Surge with US COVID-19 Cases
March 31, 2020
US gun and ammunition sales have increased along with COVID-19 cases with reports of lines weaving around gun shops in California and elsewhere.