The Frontiers of Global Health

An adventure into the frontiers of global health: the frozen Arctic, space, the deepest realms of the sea, the mountains of Lesotho, and the Alaska tundra

Outer Space and Global Health

Space has become more important to global health, creating new challenges and exacerbating old problems

Zombie Viruses from the Arctic

Thawing permafrost is releasing microbes from the Neanderthal era—how real is the risk for public health?

Deep Sea Discoveries and Global Health

Humans have only begun to explore the ocean's potential for healing diseases

Survival, Subsistence, and Food Sovereignty in Alaska

Laws around subsistence hunting and fishing in Alaska are not protecting the Indigenous peoples who rely on it

How Shepherds Access Health Care in Lesotho

Hurdles and innovations for nomadic and semi-nomadic people