When Josephine Kimani needed a form of birth control, she chose the cheapest and easiest solution: emergency contraception. Also known as the morning after pill, emergency contraception has a 95 percent success rate when used infrequently.
Beatrice is sitting at the edge of her seat as she speaks quietly about how she became pregnant at the age of 15. She looks away when she describes her frustration.
Global health professionals are implementing new ways to approach sexual health and storytelling.
Gloria Feldt, Grace Poore, and Sutapa Basu discuss gender disparities, sexual violence, and power dynamics.
A game player uses Thalia, a wearable interactive system, and then smiles in order to keep a unicorn in flight as it jumps through rainbows.
Epileptic encephalopathies are a devastating group of epilepsies with a poor prognosis, for which the majority have unknown etiology.
In the tiniest kitchen he has ever worked in, Frank Travino cuts up inch-thick bread from a local bakery and tops it off with house-made date jam and goat cheese.
With more than 800 registered student organizations at the University of Washington, it can be difficult to capture the attention of over-scheduled, exhausted students.
As a tiny fourth-grader, Audrey Chen was drawn to the biggest instrument in the music room: the cello.