How do you describe WiRED International in five minutes or less? Now WiRED offers a video that can do just that. The video was developed to demonstrate how a small volunteer-driven organization can bring free medical information and education to people in remote and troubled areas of the world.
Understanding her menstrual cycle is an important part of a woman’s overall health. For many young girls, feelings of fear, shame and confusion are associated with this natural, healthy biological occurrence.
Although rheumatic heart disease or RHD is completely preventable, it affects millions of people worldwide, two-thirds of them children in low-resource countries. In response to a global need for information, WiRED International just released its RHD module for students in French and Spanish—expanding on our existing versions in English and Portuguese.
Dehydration leads to 1.5 million deaths each year — mostly in young children from developing countries. The tragedy is that with simple treatment these lives could have been saved. WiRED International now offers an educational course on dehydration in our Learning Center.
National Public Health Week is here! To get the ball rolling, President Barack Obama issued a proclamation declaring National Public Health Week and acknowledging the value of public health workers to our country every day.
WiRED’s Health Education Learning Portal has a new look! In addition to redesigning our main website, WiRED also renovated the website for our Learning Center. Now WiRED offers a clearer and more simplified approach to accessing its more than 350 medical and health education modules.