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

Africa

Mogadishu struggles with limited ambulance service

The limited medical service is not enough in a city often subject to bomb attacks.

Syria's War

WHO's Elizabeth Hoff pressed on Syria healthcare crisis

Elizabeth Hoff, WHO Syria Representative in Damascus, talks to Al Jazeera about besiegement tactics, evacuations and the spread of communicable diseases, as well as criticism that the UN has not fulfilled its obligations to protect civilians.

Healthcare

US: More rural hospitals at risk of closing

Since 2010, more than 80 US rural hospitals have closed and hundreds more are at risk of shutting their doors.

Healthcare

US campaigners eye opening for Euro-style healthcare

After the latest failure to scrap Obamacare, campaigners spy a rare chance to roll out coverage for all Americans.

US campaigners eye opening for Euro-style healthcare

US & Canada

US senate votes to open debate on Obamacare repeal

Vice President Mike Pence forced to cast the tie-breaking vote on moving forward with the senate healthcare debate.

US & Canada

Two Republican senators sink Trump's healthcare bill

Opposition from within Trump's own party leaves long-promised efforts to replace 'Obamacare' legislation in disarray.

Two Republican senators sink Trump's healthcare bill

United States

US: Poor detention-centre care causing immigrant deaths

Human Rights Watch says Trump's policies would increase number of preventable deaths in immigrant detention facilities.

HRW: US detention hazardous to immigrants' health

Human Rights

Indonesia's war on drugs: Crackdowns and cutbacks

With funding cut for rehab, many of Indonesia's one million drug addicts are left with herbal and faith-based remedies.

Crackdowns and cutbacks: Indonesia's drug policy

Healthcare

Nepal: Medicine dissemination the new-fashioned way

Sumana Shrestha gave up a high-powered job in the US to return home and help heal survivors of the devastating quake.

Nepal: Medicine dissemination the new-fashioned way

Al Jazeera World

Egypt: Medicine for Sale

A look at the funding crisis in Egypt's health service, from cost of medication to organ sales and "patients for hire".

Health

Vientiane Rescue: The deadly streets of Laos

A volunteer ambulance service is struggling to save lives in Vientiane as traffic-related deaths and injuries soar.

101 East

Cambodia: Unlicensed to Heal

101 East investigates Cambodia's healthcare system and asks if unlicensed village medics are the best hope for the sick.

War & Conflict

Doctors caught in the crossfire in northern Afghanistan

Heavy fighting between government militia and the Taliban has increased demand for doctors - and death threats.

Doctors caught in the crossfire in northern Afghanistan