Soaring population growth in the world's poorest countries will lead us to a future of diminishing resources and increasing conflict.
Spiking fever, searing muscle and joint pain, blood seeping through the skin, shock and possibly death—the severest form of dengue fever can inflict unspeakable misery. Once rare, dengue fever now threatens more than 2.5 billion people. What will it take to stop an old disease spreading with a new vengeance?
From age-old threats to emerging hazards: 20 research challenges for the next 10 years.
Can an integrated neighborhood in Southwest Baltimore help overturn decades of race-based assumptions about the origins of health disparities?