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...
Tamara Avellán looks at how access to proper sanitation can be improved, and argues that flush toilets are not the answer.
Researchers are developing a breath-test for cancer that could change the way certain types of the disease are detected.
Exploring the importance of sleep for children.
Tackling Neglected Tropical Diseases could restore around $600 billion in lost economic productivity by 2030.
Five common myths about the ageing brain and body explored and the truth explained.
Research suggests that rude patients have a negative impact on doctors' performance.
For Africa, the road to prosperity must begin with investment in its most precious resource: the health of its children.
What actually is a vaccine? Rob Reddick and Hayley Birch explain how they work, what they’re made from and how they’re delivered.
Sperm could be fused with any cell in the body to create a viable baby, scientists have found.