28% of Americans say they couldn't handle an emergency expense of just $10.
Previously undiscovered “giant viruses” have been found trapped in the arctic ice, and known killers such as Anthrax are being released as ice melts.
The future of South-East Asia’s youth is in the balance. Wise decisions now will make a significant difference to the future burden of disease on South-East Asia's economies.
Health experts are doing something they never thought they’d have to do in early 2017: reminding people in developed countries that vaccines save lives.
Scientists from the US and UK took a new look at existing data and came to the conclusion that maybe, we’ve actually been wrong about the facts of fats.
Vitamin D deficiencies are widespread, even in countries with year-round sunshine, but studies have shown the widespread health implications of deficiencies.
Too many ill or injured Africans die because the help they need is too far away to save them. This young doctor, after losing her sister, has decided to do something about it.
In the last three years, more than 11,000 of the nearly 29,000 people infected by Ebola have died.
A Harvard doctor just won $1 million for a global health project.
A new study found that low-intensity exercise boosted activation in the visual cortex, the part of the cerebral cortex that plays an important role in processing visual information.
News coverage of Zika has been declining, but here's why we shouldn't forget about it.
Joy Wanja Muraya spoke to Prof Gunturu Revathi about what’s holding Kenya back in its efforts to manage the TB threat.
A new technique in the very early stages of development could revolutionize our approach to a number of diseases.
Research has found that paying people as an incentive to stop smoking is highly effective.
At the edge of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, when everything has changed or is about to change, compassion is still a valuable ally for those who want to try to handle innovations rat...