Health systems are bursting at the seams, with low and middle-income countries are hit the hardest.
Recent research indicates that psychological flexibility is the key to greater happiness and well-being.
Research suggests that teenagers' reluctance to get up in the morning might be driven by biology rather than laziness.
Hikikomori is a psychological condition which makes people shut themselves off from society, often staying in their houses for months on end.
Access to quality primary care across the developing world is limited, contributing to morbidity and mortality. Community-based partnerships between the private sector, governments and NG...
Believing you are getting enough exercise and lowering worry can lead to better health.
Six million children still die each year for want of simple health solutions that cost less than a cup of coffee.
From possible pandemics to the impact of obesity, our approach has been limited to reacting to global health issues, not addressing the root causes.
Putting national interests first doesn’t always mean focusing all your attention at home, particularly when it comes to health security.
A new study finds that you can reduce your risk of heart failure in middle age, but only by engaging in aerobic exercise for four to five days a week for two years.
A Harvard study shows how intermittent fasting and manipulating mitochondrial networks may increase lifespan.
Women carry the burden of water - literally, writes Eleanor Allen, the CEO of Water For People.
Researchers have made the breakthrough of couch potatoes’ dreams with a new drug that mimics some of the most important effects of exercise.
Sleep deprivation can lead the brain to produce more of the Alzheimer’s-linked protein amyloid beta.
One way to slow brain aging may not be that different from what works for our general physical health: eating salad.