World Health Organization

WHO Chief: World Treats Crises Affecting Blacks And Whites Differently

There’s a bias against Black lives as the world fails to treat ‘the human race the same way,‘ Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says.

WHO Announces ‘Omicron Coronavirus’ Variant; U.S. To Restrict Travel From South Africa

The mutation has affected several countries.

This Woman Is the First American Doctor Charged With Performing Female Genital Mutilation

Dr. Nagarwala reportedly operated on girls as young as 6.

Obama Names Ebola 'Czar' as Precautions Expand

Ron Klain to report to National Security Adviser Susan Rice.

West Africans Get Creative With Ebola Awareness Campaigns

Ideas include a soapy spin on the ice bucket challenge.

Liberian Doctors to Receive Experimental Ebola Drug

These are the first Africans to get the untested treatment.

As Ebola Spread Outpaces Control Effort, WHO Plans $100 Million Response

More than 700 people have died, including 40 health workers.
Ebola Outbreak Spreads to Liberia, Sierra Leone

Ebola Crisis in West Africa Worsens, Kills More Than 500

The outbreak is now the largest on record.