W.H.O. chief monitors progress made in containing Ebola in DR Congo

World Health Organisation chief Tedros Ghebre-yesus is in the Democratic Republic of Congo to monitor the progress made in containing the Ebola outbreak. His visit comes a month after the Continue Reading →

Child Football Players At Risk To Develop Brain Disease

New Study links youth-tackle football with early brain disorder. FOLLOW Mike Papantonio on Twitter: https://twitter.com/americaslawyer FOLLOW America’s Lawyer on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/rtamericaslawyer    

Video: HIV/AIDS drugs worth 7 million dollars allegedly missing in Uganda

Members of Civil Society Organisations monitoring the distribution of HIV drugs say the government has not released money to purchase ARVs for the final quarter of 2017. The civil society Continue Reading →

Video: Doctors In China Accomplish World’s First Human Head Transplant

China – The world’s first human head transplant has allegedly been performed on a corpse in an 18-hour operation which successfully connected the spine, nerves and blood vessels of two Continue Reading →

Videos: NAACP Report Details The Health Threats From Oil & Gas Facilities On Black Communities

Over a million Black Americans are facing a health threat from oil and gas facilities near their neighborhoods. That is one of the findings of a new study by the Continue Reading →

Video: Scientists reveal huge ‘artificial sun’

Scientists in Germany are working with what has been described as “the world’s largest artificial sun” in a drive for green fuel solutions. . Report by Hettie Maylam. Join Us Continue Reading →

Video: Madagascar Plague: W.H.O. urges government to revamp laws governing bodies

The World Health Organisation is calling on Madagascar to revamp laws governing plague victims. Officials say the outdated protocol encourages a culture of secrecy — and that actually helps the Continue Reading →

Video: The intersection of health and religion in the United States

“Law, Religion, and Health in the United States,” (I. Glenn Cohen, Holly Fernandez Lynch & Elizabeth Sepper eds., Cambridge Univ. Press, June 30, 2017). The panel discussion included I. Glenn Continue Reading →