Hard-Knocks Restaurant Workers Are Embracing Mental Wellness
An industry that often celebrates pushing through the pain is turning its focus to mental health.
A Therapist Teaches Us How to Connect
In our latest “Bridging Divides” video, a crash course in reaching out to those who feel furthest away.
The Non-Partisan “Pro-Voice” Abortion Space
How one organization is taking ideology out of reproductive health.
Take Two Carrots and Call Me in the Morning
As the pandemic makes supermarkets a no-go zone for some, cities are writing prescriptions for free fruits and vegetables, delivered right to residents’ doors.
New York Is Using Data to Stop Homelessness Before It Starts
The city is pinpointing residents who are on the verge of losing their homes and getting them help before it happens.
Scotland’s ‘Navigators’ Transform Lives in the Emergency Room
Patients involved in violence may find a pink-shirted “Navigator” at their bedside, gently asking what led to the incident — and how they can help.
Wine Country’s Farmworkers Are Staying Healthy Against All Odds
Populated by seasonal laborers, Oregon’s Willamette Valley could have been devastated by the coronavirus. Instead, it’s become a model for how to keep workers safe.
A Mental Health Service for Inmates that Reduces Recidivism
In an effort to make its prisons more than punitive, Washington D.C. has begun offering cognitive behavioral therapy to incarcerated individuals.
5 More Countries Dodging the Virus
After we featured a list of places beating the coronavirus, many of you wrote in with your own countries’ success stories. Here are five you said we shouldn’t miss.
These Unsung Countries Are Vanquishing the Virus
While success stories like Germany and South Korea are rightly hailed, some of the most effective responses are in countries that haven’t been making the news.
Alaska Is Using South Korea’s Method to Beat the Virus
With the fewest infections of any state, Alaska proves contact tracing can work — even in America.
Emptier Jails Could Stay That Way
Covid-19 is showing us what ending mass incarceration could look like. Some judges and prosecutors like what they see.
These First Responders Are Rescuing Food
As farms and restaurants close, organizers are mobilizing to make sure the food left behind gets to where it’s needed most.
Why Hospitals Are Building Housing
As people’s homes become bulwarks against the pandemic, funding for health care is being spent on housing. Maybe they were the same thing all along.
Who Killed Tony the Tiger?
Chile is banning cereal mascots and slapping warning labels on unhealthy foods. Now even the kids won’t touch them.
It’s a New Day for LGBT Health
From transgender clinics to big wins in the fight against HIV, the landscape for LGBT health is nearly unrecognizable from just 10 years ago.
Tchau Tchau, Malaria
In country after country, one of the world’s deadliest diseases is being eradicated. In many cases, it’s women leading the fight.
Free the Paramedics!
They’re the medical system’s eyes and ears, yet they’re treated as crisis managers. Now some cities are letting their paramedics get to know their patients, with remarkable results.
Everybody Needs a Home
What would happen if our first step towards solving homelessness was to actually give people someplace to live?
Portugal’s Wildly Successful Decriminalization Experiment
By decriminalizing even “hard” drugs like heroin and cocaine, Portugal drove down HIV rates and overdose deaths—and proved beyond a doubt that harm reduction works.
Interactive: Harm Reduction Goes Global
How a once-radical idea is becoming the norm in country after country.
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