Rwanda’s campaign to end cervical cancer through the HPV vaccine is saving women’s lives.
Melioidosis quietly causes thousands of deaths each year. Meet the doctor who made it his mission to make the world take notice.
A disease that killed millions in the 20th century still lingers – and with it the threat of a new epidemic. Why? Michael Regnier investigates.
In the age of social media, fears and rumours about outbreaks and epidemics can quickly spread out of control. How can health officials help contain the panic? By Mike Ives
Could smuggled bushmeat be spreading disease around the world?
Bushmeat is a valuable source of protein in Ghana, but what health risks does it carry – there and further afield?
If we’re going to stop Ebola in the future, we have to know its hiding places.
Having stamped out a number of tropical diseases decades ago, is America today complacent about a rising wave of infections? By Carrie Arnold.