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Ten little fingers born in the NHS

Jessica Ormerod’s fears over Lewisham Hospital’s downgrade came to a head when her daughter needed emergency treatment.

Filed in: Health United Kingdom

We need to talk about faeces

As part of World Water Day on 22 March 2013, Sokari Ekine writes on the clean water and sanitation crisis facing Haiti.

Filed in: Haiti Health Water

The final nail in the NHS coffin

Alan Hughes laments the imminent death of a great British institution and calls for action rather than indifference to its fate.

Filed in: Activism Health United Kingdom

From cradle to grave – supporting Haiti’s poor

Sokari Ekine meets a community worker helping poor women help themselves.

Filed in: Haiti Health Poverty Women

The pain of blows

A violent mugging in Montevideo brings New Internationalist editor Vanessa Baird face to face with the greater crime of health inequality.

Filed in: Health Uruguay Violence

More action needed on baby food marketing

A recent report from Save the Children shows baby milk companies continue to fall short of minimum standards, says Mike Brady.

Filed in: Babyfoods Children Health

My brush with the ‘health tourism’ media mafia

Nick Harvey tried to debunk myths on migrants and the NHS on a London radio station, but was shouted down and left wondering why.

Filed in: Health Migration United Kingdom

Argument: Is male circumcision harmful?

Richard Wamai and Ronald Goldman go head to head.

Filed in: Children Health

Haiti’s struggling healthcare system

It’s easy to blame the 2010 earthquake, but there are other factors involved, says Sokari Ekine.

Filed in: Haiti Health

Lewisham Hospital and the destruction of the NHS

Jessica Ormerod says those fighting to save Britain’s Health Service won’t go down without a big, public fight.

Filed in: Activism England Health United Kingdom

Indoor pollution is deadly for the poor

On a trip to Nepal, Stephen Bailey discovers a toxic link between poverty, childhood illness and climate change.

Filed in: Health Nepal Poverty

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