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How World War I Gave Women Scientists a Chance to Shine
From inventing explosives to taking x-rays at the front, women in the U.K. during WWI had just as much mettle as the men they replaced.
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What It's Like Being Transgender in the Emergency Room
One patient described the experience as making them feel like “the freak show.” But some hospitals are forging a path toward inclusive care.
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Welcome to the World's Oldest Surviving Doll Hospital
Nestled among Lisbon's busy storefronts, Hospital de Bonecas gives dolls of all kinds a new lease on life.
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Floating Hospitals Treat Those Impacted by Rising Seas
In parts of Bangladesh, flooding makes it impossible to build permanent hospitals. But that doesn’t mean people can’t get healthcare.
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Fighting a Hospital Superbug Reveals an Unexpected Benefit
The dreaded MCR is resistant to last-ditch drugs. But one solution for reducing its spread has been operating in plain sight.
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Follow Cindy Crawford as she accompanies US charity organisation Orbis on a trip to Peru to perform life-changing eye surgeries for locals with no other access to the health care they need.

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