I am concerned about the lack of coverage for the daily violation of women’s rights that occurs on the labor and delivery unit.
With the release of a seminal publication on the topic it’s again time to break our silence and our complacency on the issue of stillbirths.
Each day more than 7,300 babies are stillborn – a death just when a parent expects to welcome a new life. Each one is an individual story of a family devastated by the loss of their child.
Maurice Middleberg of IntraHealth International discusses the moral necessity of US spending on global health programs.
Miracles are not free. They cost eight cents a day, the average cost to each American citizen for the UScontribution to saving lives among the world’s poorest, about one-fifth of one percent of the US government budget. Some people say eight cents is too much.