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A single vaccine is being developed to protect cattle, sheep, and goats from five diseases.
Elected representatives and parliamentary staff in Shan State are using legislative research to improve policymaking.
If no action is taken, tobacco will kill more than 8 million people globally by 2030, with 80% of these deaths occurring in low and middle-income countries.
Cities in South Asia are sizzling, with low-income residents bearing the brunt of urban heat stress. But researchers are finding ways to help them adapt.
A proven model improves farmer access to low-cost innovations that increase crop diversity and yields.
Côte d’Ivoire farmers finally know what’s killing their coconuts — and how to control it.
Nigeria’s tobacco industry is expanding its customer base by marketing its products to women and children in rural areas.
Tobacco consumption causes 6 million deaths worldwide and in Latin America alone it is responsible for almost 380,000 deaths annually.
The Vietnamese government recently launched ambitious tobacco tax reforms to lower the country’s tobacco consumption.
Like cigarettes, waterpipe tobacco smoking is associated with nicotine dependence, cancer, and lung disease.