What to do about gun violence in Honduras, a problem that can't be solved by a breakthrough medication or vaccine? That challenge was tackled by 140 students on 24 teams participating in Emory University's Global Health Case Competition. The best solution—capitalizing on…

A new report by the Center for Public Health and Human Rights and the Syrian American Medical Society recounts the experiences of 27 physicians and other health workers in Syria (all but two of them Syrian) who struggle to provide trauma care and health services to a…

By Ben Tidwell While the prevalence of female genital mutiliation (FGM) in Iraq (8%) means it does not enter the conversation frequently, rates in Iraqi Kurdistan are estimated to be between 60-70%. (Sources here and here.)

There is an elephant in the room. He has been stomping around the world for years, spraying graffiti on mosques, igniting fights and fires. His memory is exceptional, but selective, holding fast to images of war and terrorist attacks.  He even takes lives point blank.