Research into how different long-lasting COVID-19 vaccines are is ongoing, but studies show boosters are important in preventing COVID-19 infection.
A new study shows that catching Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) increases the probability of developing multiple sclerosis – which could mean we can vaccinate against it
Top COVID-19 stories: US introduces vaccine mandate for foreign cross-border workers; Indian capital to lift weekend curfew; Herd immunity 'unlikely' despite rapid spread of Omicron variant.
The Davos Alzheimer’s Collaborative is a global initiative to progress the discovery, testing and delivery of precision interventions for Alzheimer’s disease.
Exercise regimes were affected by lockdown; it is vital to encourage an active lifestyle, before sedentary habits become established in our children, writes a psychologist.
Top COVID-19 news stories: British government to remove majority of COVID-19 restrictions; Beijing increases vigilance ahead of winter Olympics; Vaccine group GAVI says more than $5bn nee...
Global leaders have been looking at what 2022 might hold for the COVID-19 pandemic at The Davos Agenda.
The recent volcano and resulting tsunami in Tonga have snapped the 872km long fibre-optic cable connecting the island to the rest of the world.
Top COVID-19 news stories: Record COVID-19 case numbers reported around the world; Vaccine equity vital to ending COVID-19 pandemic; US warns against travel to 22 nations and territories.
A man from the US has received a genetically-modified pig heart which could pave the way for alternative solutions to address organ transplant shortages
The global cancer community needs to come together, reprioritize screenings and minimize setbacks to healthcare systems and society.
Experts say COVID-19 is here to stay but it won’t dominate our lives. A billion vaccines have been donated to developing countries - more to follow.
Top COVID-19 news stories: COVID-19 cases fall in major Indian cities; EU facing threat of 'twindemic'; Cases continue to rise across Europe.
Health systems worldwide have been hit hard by COVID-19. As we get back on track, new possibilities are emerging to strengthen healthcare for the future.
The past two years have revealed the fragility and fragmentation within our healthcare systems. Here's what we need to change – and how to go about it.