Topic: World Health Organization
After 50 died in Ecuador this summer from consuming poisonous alcohol, critics say that the government response to buy back tainted products is insufficient and more education is needed.
09/08/2011 10:17 am
‘The Interrupters’ powerfully profiles the straight-talking ex-toughs who confront gang violence in Chicago.
08/26/2011 04:50 pm
Until Russian President Dmitry Medvedev signed the new law today, beer was considered the same as soda and sold just about anywhere.
07/20/2011 03:46 pm
Kenyan men spend more on alcohol than on education for their children. As a deterrent to combat the high social and economic costs of this public-health problem, Kenya should raise its tax on alcohol.
07/11/2011 11:08 am
Innovative Water.org is the result of patient homework and uncovering what really works.
06/29/2011 05:08 pm
Bill Gates calls it historic first that poor nations will get same child vaccines as rich nations. Bill Gates's foundation pledges more than $1 billion toward effort.
06/14/2011 01:08 am
The EU called Russia's response disproportionate to the outbreak of an E. coli strain that has been found on vegetables grown in Europe.
06/02/2011 01:01 pm
Taiwan gave more money to Japan after its triple disaster than any other country. So why did Japan leave Taiwan off the list of nations it thanked? China. If Japan can't stand up to Beijing on such a small matter, what does that mean for US and Japanese security interests in the region?
05/26/2011 04:41 pm
Incredibly fresh, sustainably caught walleye fillets from the Red Lake Chippewa reservation require little more than salt, pepper and tarragon, then a quick sautée in butter to be delicious.
05/24/2011 11:28 am
An internal World Health Organization note calling Taiwan part of China generated a splashy protest from Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou, who called it 'belittlement' of the island’s ever sensitive political status.
05/12/2011 09:49 am