Denise Williams went to Queens Hospital Center last month. Her family found out 48 hours later that the 29-year-old mother of two had died at the city-run hospital. They still don’t know why.
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Stigma can stop survivors of female genital mutilation from seeking help, but Hawa Bah, who was cut at eight, reaches those suffering in silence to get them the care they need.
A system "built for men" exposes women to chemicals that have been linked to miscarriage, birth defects and slowed fetal growth.
Those in the U.S. with ties to India are reckoning with uncertainty and fear for themselves, those immediately around them, and loved ones across the world.
Vaccine availability, the delta variant and child care access are compounding challenges for working mothers.
A hospital worker in Anantnag fears for her health and the safety of her family amid India's COVID crisis.
Women are disproportionately exposed to deadly substances—and may be getting disproportionately sickened by them.
Survivors of intimate partner violence suffer from traumatic brain injuries at high rates, but historically, they’ve been left out of scientific and public discussions around traumatic brain injuries. A faction of researchers in the US…
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In India, 90% of sanitation workers lack health insurance, putting them at increased risk if they were to fall ill and lack access to health care.
It is 10 p.m. and the city of Pune echoes with the wail of ambulance sirens. Medical staff are losing both patients and hope. A mother and daughter fight to keep their bond.
‘I Still Don’t See A Lot Of Light At The End Of The Tunnel’: Doctor Struggles to Keep Indigenous Community Safe As COVID Rages in Brazil
A doctor treating Brazil’s Indigenous population struggles to keep the community safe as COVID-19 continues to rage across the country.
For transgender people across the India, the state-imposed lockdown restrictions and curfews can mean being trapped in hostile homes and without access to the community, medical care and mental-health services that they depend on for…
Health care workers in India are fighting the pandemic with all might and massive challenges. A health care worker in New Delhi shares her struggle.
Health care workers on the frontlines of India's COVID-19 crisis juggle personal safety with a sense of obligation to protect their communities.
A 30-year-old construction laborer and single mother of two children struggles to find stable work, jostling between multiple jobs in order to feed her family.
Three women in India share their experience battling severe illness — and COVID-19.