Save a Child's Heart has provided life-saving treatments to more than 4,500 kids from 58 countries.
These handwashing stations make water out of thin air.
A team of doctors from Israel and beyond sailed to Papua New Guinea to fix the eyes and teeth of locals, many of whom had never seen a doctor before.
Doctors are cloning human bones and brains ... The next step looks pretty obvious.
Her funds will help put water filters in people's homes so they have clean water to drink.
Learning about new technology was a game changer for this farming couple.
Why do we give to certain causes and not others? A new study examines what influences our donation decisions.
Their weird-looking device promised to turn dirty air into oxygen on your face. It was a groundbreaking invention. It just wasn't real.
The center, with help from nonprofit humanitarian group IsraAid, will train South Sudanese youth to become engineers, technicians and mathematicians.
New technology could be a huge help to first responders in times of crisis.
From one natural disaster to another, IsraAid is there. How do they do it?
Most Puerto Ricans don't have clean drinking water, but this invention could help.
In the aftermath of one of the most devastating hurricanes in history, many are stepping up to the plate in bold ways.
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma were destructive, but they brought out something beautiful in people.
As the state begins to assess the damage from Hurricane Irma, EMS volunteers from across the world will be there.