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Despite a decade of good intentions, the U.S. government has a poor understanding of how best to dispose of its used electronics.
A new effort hopes to connect new mothers suffering from fistula in developing countries with the medical care they need.
World health leaders announce coordinated push to eradicate or control neglected tropical diseases.
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