Stories are a formidable power. Readers or listeners recreate  key parts of a story in their brain as they take it in. When a person hears a story, their brains sync up with that of the storyteller. A story can induce multiple physical responses in listeners and readers. Stories can also connect people, change people, and change their approach to the world.  Global Health NOW shares stories as a means of connecting readers to the science and practice of global health.



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