World Population Day recognized in 1989 as an acknowledgement of the Day of Five Billion, which undertakes in July 11, 1987. Since then it becomes a global observance but never a public holiday. The Observation is globally practiced as awareness to the various population issues involving the importance of family planning, gender equality, poverty, maternal Read more
Advocates of women health in the United States have been fighting for the restoration of the budget cuts in funding for their health. They now have an opportunity to rejoice as the authorities have restored the critical funding that will provide access to low and middle-income women to health care.