Middle East

19 million Yemeni children suffer malnutrition and illness

Fighting between the Saudi-Emirati-led coalition and Houthi rebels has destroyed Yemen’s healthcare system.

Counting the Cost

Brexit and the threat of dark money

Exploring the secretive money working to influence the UK's exit from the European Union.

US & Canada

US: Pharmaceutical heads urged by congress to curb drug prices

The heads of seven top companies have given evidence before a Senate finance committee on the rising cost of medicines.

Venezuela

Venezuelans forced to seek basic medical care in Brazil

Political and economic turmoil has put the country's health system on verge of collapse.

Yemen

Yemen's cancer patients suffer as clinics are closing

There is only one cancer treatment centre which is nearby for patients in Hodeidah and surrounding areas.

Asia Pacific

Traditional medicine in Taiwan on life support

Why are traditional Chinese medicine stores are struggling to survive in Taiwan even as Hong Kong and China push to export the industry?

Asia Pacific

Vanuatu trials vaccine drone deliveries

It is innovative, it is ambitious, but Vanuatu's government wants to know if drone delivery of vaccines to remote locations is also practical and financially viable.

US & Canada

US poor and minority areas turning into 'pharmacy deserts'

Pharmacies are closing in what they consider unprofitable poor and minority neighbourhoods in the US, often times depriving residents of access to medicine, counselling and local clinics.

AJ IMPACT

What are the key issues in the US midterms?

As US midterms approach, the issues topping voters' minds include healthcare, the economy and the judiciary.

US midterm elections: What are the key issues?

US Midterms 2018

US midterms: Democrats challenge Trump economy rhetoric

Although the president touts his economic numbers, Democrats in Pennsylvania say his policies do not help average voters who are just as concerned about healthcare.

United States

US healthcare prices set to skyrocket after 'Obamacare' scrapped

Many will have to pay a lot more for insurance after Trump got rid of subsidies provided by the Affordable Care Act.

Middle East

Cancer patients in Yemen struggle to survive as options diminish

Even before the war, many Yemenis could not afford treatment, but now it has become nearly impossible as one specialised cancer treatment facility, that does not even have the means to provide chemotherapy, may soon shut down.

Europe

UK celebrates 70 years of National Health Service

The National Health Service was nothing short of a revolution. It provided universal healthcare for Britain's post-war population.

Malaria

WHO: Venezuela malaria cases jump by 69 percent

World Health Organization expresses concern over the rise of the mosquito-borne disease in Venezuela and Latin America.

WHO: Venezuela malaria cases jump by 69 percent

Health

Qatar's healthcare ranks first in the Middle East

Qatar's health ranking within the Legatum Prosperity Index has risen in 10 years, from 27th in the world to 13th.

Qatar's healthcare ranks first in the Middle East