1. The Journey from Nursing to Maternal Health Innovation
    The Journey from Nursing to Maternal Health Innovation

    This article was written by Lindsay Sanders, Communications and Design Fellow at Jacaranda Health, and originally posted on Jacaranda’s website.  There are…

  2. CDC’s Infographic and the Double Standard of Behavior
    CDC’s Infographic and the Double Standard of Behavior

      A man has a beer and is featured in TV commercials. He’s cool, he’s “one of the guys.” But…

  3. #2 – The Zika Virus: A Threat and an Opportunity
    #2 – The Zika Virus: A Threat and an Opportunity

    Because of the growing worry over the Zika virus and particularly the risks it may pose to pregnant women and…

  4. From Memphis to Oklahoma City: How Black Women have led America’s Organized Anti-Rape Efforts
    From Memphis to Oklahoma City: How Black Women have led America’s Organized Anti-Rape Efforts

    The Memphis Riots of 1866 are of deep historical significance as they mark the first documented case in the United…

  5. The Global Mental Health Burden
    The Global Mental Health Burden

    It is estimated that 1 in 4 people globally will be affected by mental or neurological disorders in their lifetime.…

  6. Svetlana Alexievich: Author, Activist and a Nobel Laureate
    Svetlana Alexievich: Author, Activist and a Nobel Laureate

    For more than 30 years Belarusian journalist and writer Svetlana Alexievich has explored conflict and its aftermath. Through numerous interviews, books…