Royal families around the world, from Britain, to Jordan, to Nepal, have given their time, attention and resources to conservation efforts. Prince Albert II of Monaco has received numerous awards for his conservation work. This month he joined an Atlantic mission to save an endangered seal species. Faith Lapidus reports.
Early in life, children get the message that boys are strong and capable and that girls are vulnerable and limited in what they can do. That's the result of a new study, the first ever, that looks at adolescents and the messages they get from society and their parents. VOA's Carol Pearson has more.
At their low point in the late 1980s, there were 22 California condors left in the world. But in 1992, after dedicated efforts to save them, the condors began rebounding. Today, these magnificent raptors are coming back. VOA's Kevin Enochs reports.
In a landmark deal, HIV patients in Africa will now have access to the latest drugs for $75 a year. The arrangement is a major victory for the poorest nations fighting AIDS, a health epidemic with unrestrained global reach.
Immunotherapy is one of the newer ways the medical community is trying to fight cancer. Immunotherapy is a way to get the body's natural defenses to fight cancer. It has great promise, and has documented results, but it is not for everyone. VOA's Kevin Enochs explains.