In the last three years, more than 11,000 of the nearly 29,000 people infected by Ebola have died.
Researchers have found that a gene allowing a certain species of genetically modified roundworms to glow was passed down through 14 generations.
A Harvard doctor just won $1 million for a global health project.
Research shows that hearing familiar voices when using voice recognition, may be more effective.
Researchers have begun to develop smart bandages that can use data to track your health.
Making women the focus of Neglected Tropical Disease programs will play a central role in advancing the sustainable development agenda.
Researchers at UCLA have created an artificial thymic organoids that generate their own cancer-fighting T cells.
Shamas-ur-Rehman Toor explores how we can win the fight against Malaria in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Why it pays to be part of the herd.
The Health Affairs study looks at US healthcare spending and funding.
Our current healthcare systems are not sustainable. What should we replace them with?
From the root causes to the most recent treatment options.
The nature of healthcare is so diverse and complex, and the pace of digital change so rapid, that it is not possible to innovate in isolation.
The world is experiencing a crisis of reproductive rights. As the Commission on the Status of Women gets underway at the United Nations, we find out what can be done.
Despite the social inequality women experience, they live longer than men. This is the case without a single exception, in all countries.