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Nov 12, 2010
With communications in high gear for World Pneumonia Day, I have spent a lot of time recently helping to get out the word about the world's leading killer of children under five. The Global Coalition against Child Pneumonia, which was formed last
Nov 11, 2010
Diarrhea is one of the top infectious disease threats to deployed American forces.
Nov 09, 2010
This week, PATH is co-hosting a symposium - along with the Vietnamese Ministry of Health and Vietnam's National Pediatric Hospital - on the importance of taking an integrated approach to defeating diarrheal disease.  The gathering will bring
Nov 04, 2010
My son Eli is three months old (and he's darn cute, if you don't mind me saying so!).
Nov 02, 2010
Sometimes, our work in global health seems to happen in an "echo chamber," where information, ideas, or beliefs are amplified or reinforced by transmission inside an "enclosed" space.
Oct 29, 2010
A few days ago, Kenya beat India to set a new record for the “Most people washing their hands at the same time.”
Oct 28, 2010
This morning, I woke up to a rare occasion: Two stories on the topic of toilets in my local newspaper. First up: UN Probes Base as Source of Haiti Cholera Outbreak
Oct 25, 2010
What started as a humanitarian mission by Clean the World may turn out to be an emergency operation for Haiti.
Oct 21, 2010
On a recent trip to Kenya's Western Province, I witnessed how the Oral Rehydration Treatment (ORT) corner is becoming an important part of primary care services in that region. While I was visiting one of the ORT corners in Kakamega, a shy young
Oct 15, 2010
It's really hot today and I'm thirsty. Would you pour me an ice-cold glass of food? Sounds absurd, I know, but achieving a number of development goals -- meeting global food security needs and building better futures (essentially, eradicating