Chief medical advisor to President Joe Biden's administration, Dr. Anthony Fauci, is currently facing calls to resign over a report claiming that the National Institute of Health had funded Wuhan research.
Northern Honduras: in the fertile and lush Bajo Aguán region, there has been continuous violence, uninvestigated corruption and brazen lawlessness since 2009. The violence can be traced back to the agrarian law enacted in 1992, which allowed for the sale of large tracts of land that previously could only be owned collectively. The government's decision to change the law sparked questions of land sale legality and provoked unforeseen violence.
The Supreme Court decision Brown v. Boad of Education of Topeka paved the way for school integration. Now, 60 years later, a new report assesses the status of school segregation in America and explores the transformation of the nation's school population since the civil rights era.
In the United States, it's illegal for children under 18 to buy cigarettes. But it's permissible for those very same children to be a part of the cultivation and harvesting of tobacco, which produces side effects far worse than if they'd simply taken a puff.
The life expectancy rate for people all around the world has increased by an average of six years compared with the rate from 1990, the World Health Organization found in its recent annual report released Thursday.
Evocative Latino brothels, erotic Asian massage parlors, and the merchandising of the female body online and offline are the foundation of the underground commercial sex industry in D.C. and Atlanta; stimulating the local economy. Pun intended.
Misinformation, ignorance, difficulties gaining access, fear of maltreatment, and worries over violations of privacy are some of the obstacles that keep Latinos from visiting healthcare facilities and/or sex and reproductive health clinics.