More of us are living longer helped by better healthcare and better food, but an ageing global population presents its own challenges. A little Bushidō in our lunches could help.
Outbreaks of disease are always different and can change dramatically even within the course of a single outbreak. Real-time data could give scientists an advantage.
Antisemitism is deep-rooted throughout history, but a recent spate of hate crimes and protests are bringing the hatred to the forefront once again.
Detection rates, treatment and recovery from heart disease is lower in women than men due to a variety of issues.
Strep A is among the deadliest pathogens in the world – yet we’ve never prioritised making a vaccine.
People who report higher meaning in life tend to have lower risk of divorce, lower obesity and increased physical activity.
How do the continents compare when it comes to median age?
Coming to terms with increased congestion is one of the major headaches for planners in the world’s busiest cities. Failing to do so could have wide-reaching consequences.
Universities offer endless opportunities for socializing, many researchers are facing loneliness and isolation, according to a UK study.
Research shows poor quality care in low and middle-income countries is probably killing more people than having no access to care at all
New research suggests that the way we label and describe healthier foods could influence what we eat.
Powerful data analytics are paving the way to a more patient-centric and productive healthcare system
Road-traffic deaths are now the 8th leading cause of death for all age group, with deaths in Africa higher than any other continent.
The medical community is becoming more and more open to the idea that by letting patients draw an illness, it can offer insights into their state of mind.
Aside from the well documented damaging effects polluted air has on our physical health, it may also be effecting our mental well-being.