30, November 2015

Hepatitis B and C: A World Health Epidemic

The liver is the largest organ in the human body and is responsible for many important functions such filtering toxins, assisting with digestion of foods, and storing glucose for our body’s energy needs. Hepatitis is the inflammation of the liver from contracting the hepatitis virus. There are several types of hepatitis including: A, B, C,Read More …


25, November 2015

Mission Possible: Global Healthcare and the Major Players Making a Difference

It’s easy to get caught up in our own lives and what happens in our small slice of the world. For me, as an American, I tend to visit the Centers For Disease Control (CDC) for information on disease prevention, current issues facing our citizens and various programs they offer to the public. But didRead More …

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18, November 2015

The Top 5 Global Health Issues For Women

Despite progress being made in the advances and treatments of diseases that effect women, in most advanced countries the quality of care and access to medicines, education and preventative care is profoundly better than those in underdeveloped countries around the world. Women from poor, undeveloped countries experience disadvantages such as sexual discrimination and poor resources.Read More …