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Coronavirus has reached another grim milestone – but it’s not the main cause of death worldwide. Cardiovascular diseases and cancer remain the biggest threats.
Deaths from COVID-19 now exceed 1 million across the world, but scientists are still grappling to determine the virus' fatality rate.
Top stories in the coronavirus pandemic: Deaths pass 1 million; antigen tests to be made available globally; positive tests rise in New York state.
From tackling inequalities to building healthier cities and workplaces, we need to "build back better" for heart health after the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 proves how easily infectious diseases can disrupt health systems and economies – which is why we need a new, diagnostic-centred approach to healthcare.
As we confront the coronavirus pandemic, cardiovascular disease looms as the number one killer worldwide and a key contributor to COVID-19 complications.
As the race to develop a COVID-19 vaccine continues apace, world leaders will have to overcome hurdles to ensure it’s distributed fairly – and that people will want to have it.
Zoonotic diseases are those that are transferred from humans to animals and include Ebola and Zika. It's important we monitor transmission in the wild to avoid future epidemics.
Top stories: India reports more than 6 million cases; Europe further tightens restrictions; China targets frozen food imports to stop the virus spreading.
Travelers have a new awareness of safety and the global good. Travel organizations and businesses could use this moment to encourage travelers to keep sustainability in mind.
Here are five entrepreneurs and their respective businesses that are looking to battle the plastic pollution pandemic by extending their usage around the world.
Google Trends has revealed a massive uptick in the rise of searches related to anxiety, panic attacks, and treatments for panic attacks during coronavirus.
For employees, the office provides a place for face-to-face interactions that technology will struggle to replicate, such as social interaction, mentoring and managing.
The genetic string for COVID-19 consists of 30,000 letters and after sampling 100,000 coronavirus patients, any mutations are limited to only 10 letters.