BioNTech plans to start clinical testing by the end of 2022 for a new malaria vaccine, which aims to make the parasite visible and attackable when it enters the body.
This freely available database of the human proteome marks a new dawn for medicine and biology.
A study shows COVID-19 vaccine acceptance is significantly higher in low- and middle-income countries, which would benefit from greater vaccine distribution.
Those of us who are exceptionally fortunate already have a good chance of living past 100, and some argue longevity could one day be extended indefinitely.
A new study has shown that physically intense work in hot temperatures could potentially increase US kidney disease rates.
In many places, the use of telemedicine rose during the pandemic. But what was its impact and what does the future hold for remote care?
MIT engineers have created a new diagnostic nanoparticle that can detect cancer proteins in a urine test and pinpoint a tumour's location.
Mental-health conditions have surged during the pandemic. Encouraging mental wellness, and providing the services to support it, is a collective social responsibility
A key step in developing this research was recognizing that other wearables rely on the wrist and heart, which do not necessarily show energy expenditure.
Around 60% of the U.S. public have said that socializing with friends and family has returned to complete normality, while only 29% said travel was normal.
There are steps you can take to improve the hygiene of your bed, such as not eating or drinking in it and washing the sheets once a week.
New research using a computer model suggests that human beings are capable of living to one hundred and fifty years old, beating past studies' age limits.
This was done through a computational model which shows the biting behavior of the 'Aedes aegypti'; a virus-carrying mosquito which causes human diseases.
Of the billion people around the world experiencing mental ill-health, more than 80% lack quality, affordable care. Philanthropy could help to change this
In 1978, a global convention called for better primary healthcare. The World Bank says we’re still not doing enough.