The measure still used globally for obesity actually does not measure fat.
Adults consume too much salt, in a staggering 181 of 187 countries studied
How China handles drug-resistant tuberculosis will have a big effect on the problem globally.
In Southeast Asia and beyond, it’s high time to rethink the meaning of security.
Why would emerging countries copy the unhealthy eating habits of the West, when their own tradition is so much healthier?
What measures can China and other cultures take to stem the rising tide of obesity, particularly among children, in its population?
Individual rights in the United States are not threatened because government is too oppressive. The real problem is that government is too weak.
Why does the world urgently need to consider economic growth in a broader, nonmaterial context?
Will gender equality in itself bring an end to below-replacement fertility?