Sepsis, a life-threatening reaction to an infection, can be treated if caught early, but a new study shows it poses more threat than previously thought.
Poor vision is one of the top three causes of disability worldwide with poorer, female and older people most likely to be affected.
Amid an escalating crisis, Chilean authorities took urgent action – bringing in innovative food regulations focused on three key areas.
Six million children die a year due to lack of access to surgery. But there are solutions - and they'll be discussed at Davos.
The average temperatures for 2019 were almost one-degree celsius above the average for the 20th century.
Read an extract from behavioural neuroscientist and recovering addict Judith Grisel's book, Never Enough.
Investment in regenerative medicine is growing as it may present the best hope to combat the growing impact of non-communicable diseases.
At a time of increasing nationalism and a rejection of globalism, infectious disease is a reminder that we are interconnected and all have a stake in global health security.
From air pollution to Alzheimer's, here's what you need to know about how health will feature on the Davos agenda.
Digital technology, inclusive innovation and progressive partnerships can transform primary healthcare services for all.
It's a common misconception that countries with individualistic societies will have more people who describe themselves as lonely.
From open markets with competitive companies to effective government and an expansive welfare state, Nordic countries set an example for all the world, writes Børge Brende.
Women are more at risk of concussions - with longer-lasting and worse symptoms, yet research has traditionally treated men and women's bodies as the same.
Although the study had limitations, it shows further evidence of the potential of AI to detect breast cancer.
New research shows a link between economic opportunity and the opioid crisis in the US.