Thanks to a pioneering project survivors and perpetrators of the Rwandan genocide now live side by side in 'reconciliation villages'.
Despite our complicated relationship with it, our poo could one day power our cell phones, tablets and laptops.
Ikponwosa Ero went from a child who felt different to the United Nations’ first independent expert on albinism.
More than three decades ago, HIV activists fought against mandatory testing. Now an old battle is finding new life.
The Finns’ cardboard box prompts an African graduate to develop a life-saving device for babies
Blind Football Egypt (BFE) is the country’s first professional football team for blind and visually impaired athletes.
This country's president just told public schools to kick out teen mothers, tens of thousands of whom have already lost out on education.
Nearly 2 million unwanted pregnancies and thousands of deaths would have been prevented had Trump not pulled funding for reproductive health.
Angelina might just have saved a life. But is there science to prove it?
Playtime isn't just about fun and games - find out why it's an important part of young children's development.
Blind football represents hope and belonging for Egypt's one million visually impaired.
Less than 15% pf patients seek out care for this vicious form of gangrene
Eight men and women may change the law and pave the way to justice and healing for thousands.
Some hospitals are introducing sign language to help deaf patients.
Even if your child has been vaccinated, booster shots provide an extra layer of protection.
Children who experience discrimination may be more at risk of mental and physical ill-health
Experts suggest that banning corporal punishment in the home could lead to a less violent society. Joan van Dyk explains.
What if we thought of suicide as the outcome of a terminal illness instead of the outcome of an action?
More than 1 000 Nigerians languish on death row.