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Psychological research has mostly focused on white people. New research shows, however, that mental health support works better when it’s adapted to suit people’s cultural context.
25,000 grave violations were committed against children in conflict in 2019, says the UN, which hopes to highlight issue with new international day.
The World Health Organisation prequalified Merck's vaccine for widespread use in November but regulatory hoops are just a small part of the fight to get the jab to the places that need it most.
Our two-year study shows the lake has been stable since the 1990s. Costly ‘solutions’ shift focus from the complex causes of the region’s deadly crisis.
Laura Salm-Reifferscheidt takes a look at the global sensation — the tramadol dance — that’s topping the charts in Africa’s effort to curb drug abuse.
A dearth of mental health professionals is leading some people to get creative about counselling.
Scientists studied soldiers with PTSD and even children who'd witnessed a great tragedy. Did they unlock the secrets of resilience?
The real revolution is yet to come when it relates to the country’s opioid epidemic.
Less than 15% of patients seek out care for this vicious form of gangrene.
Could psychosocial programmes turn extremists into moderates?
Eighty two of the Chibok school girls, kidnapped by Boko Haram in Nigeria three years ago, have been released. But what now?
The conflict has left health services and agriculture in shambles. Unicef says it has just 13% of the money it needs to stave off deaths.