Schemes like carbon credits and carbon offsetting are being used by countries to help lower their carbon emissions - but do they really work?
Scientists are showing how deep sleep wards off illness, opening new research avenues for dementia treatments.
Health coverage for all is still not a reality: around half of the world's population does not have access to essential health services. Here are 12 insights on how to expand access to ev...
Malaria interventions often serve as an entry point to the health system in many of the world’s poorest countries, which have the furthest to go to reach UHC.
Providing everyone with quality healthcare in resource-strapped countries will mean innovative 'low cost' use of private-sector suppliers.
Harnessing medical data can, and will, improve healthcare, writes GE Healthcare President and CEO Kieran Murphy in the Global Innovation Index 2019.
The majority of school-age boys and girls are doing less than the recommended one hour of physical activity per day, finds the World Health Organization.
A VC model could help patients in low and middle-income countries, where non-communicable diseases are a health burden.
In the last four years, more than 900 pedestrians have died in road accidents in Thailand - but this innovative new crossing could help.
21 percent of registered marriages of 2017 in the Gaza Strip involved girls under 18 years of age. So far, the ambassadors have prevented early marriages in 50 families and counting.
Learning the ancient art of gratitude will make you healthier, happier and better able to deal with adversity.
Today, there are almost a million fewer deaths from HIV/AIDS than when they peaked in the mid 2000s. But there's a shortfall in funding.
Children's bodies and immune systems are still developing, leaving them more susceptible to disease and environmental pollutants.
Could the country’s famously healthy diet be in jeopardy as Western eating habits start to intrude?
Unsurprisingly, age, race and income all affect an individual's experience with access to healthcare in the United States.