25 years of the HIV epidemic in easily understood graphics. Showing the big differences within Africa.
Media hype and neglect, on two killer diseases.
Human Rights & Democracy data correlates poorly with progress in Health and Wealth.
Breast Cancer increases with income, but so does the chances of saving women with cancer.
Cervical Cancer can be prevented and treated. Today it is most common among women in low-income countries.
200 years that changed the world – 200 years of history in 4.5 minutes. Viewer responses to the video: “Thanks Read more …
Is Shanghai healthier than New York? And how do Washington D.C. and Mumbai rank?
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Can the population growth be stopped? Is Brazil, Egypt and Bangladesh now improving faster than Sweden ever did? And can Read more …
The presentation at the TED-conference in 2006, seen by millions over the internet.
Posted in Ted Talks, Videos | Tagged animation, child survival, English, global health, Hans Rosling, health, income distribution, income levels, internet users, moving bubbles, myths, TED, TEDTalks, third world, Trendalyzer, video | 22 Responses