The new malaria vaccine is a major step in cutting child mortality in developing nations. It's also a major step in the fight to stop parasitic infections.
While Clif Bar continues to thrive under CEO Kevin Cleary, co-founders Kit and Gary were ready for a new challenge: food and wine.
We sat down with the Diamondbacks, Timbers and Padres to talk sustainability in sports and how we can all live more environmentally-conscious lives.
A recently published Harvard Business School survey found that not only were daughters of working women more likely to be employed themselves, but they were also more likely to earn more. Sons of working mothers actually tended to become more attentive fathers, spending 7.5 hours a week more with their children and 25 minutes more on chores.
The local garment industry’s minimum wage is $128 per month, but the industry leaders are eyeing $177 to compensate for the cost of living in Cambodia.
As more companies join in this disruptive business model, they must ask, “How will we keep our workers and contractors safe?”
Effective messages about climate change need to focus on public awareness and perceptions that are specific to each country, a recently released study recommends.
Robin Ganzert, president and CEO of American Humane Association, counters a recent piece on TriplePundit detailing animal abuse on an AHA-certified farm and the challenges that come with monitoring animal welfare.
It is now possible to buy new furniture made without toxic flame retardants, but some furniture on the market may still contain these chemicals. Luckily, new labeling systems can help customers decide. Judy Levin of the Center for Environmental Health wanted to test the marketplace, so she conducted an unscientific review at Bay Area outlets of three major national retailers.
Scientists have been working to significantly lower child mortality in the Sub-Sahara for years, where disease and malnutrition kill millions each year. The new malaria vaccine, the first to successfully target a parasite, is a collaborative effort that could lead the way to lowering the cost of that humanitarian goal.
“Women’s leadership” can mean many things — personal development, career advancement, community engagement. Here we present an editorially independent series on women’s leadership and advancement, brought to you by MGM Resorts Foundation.
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