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Digital technology, inclusive innovation and progressive partnerships can transform primary healthcare services for all.
It's a common misconception that countries with individualistic societies will have more people who describe themselves as lonely.
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Women are more at risk of concussions - with longer-lasting and worse symptoms, yet research has traditionally treated men and women's bodies as the same.
Although the study had limitations, it shows further evidence of the potential of AI to detect breast cancer.
New research shows a link between economic opportunity and the opioid crisis in the US.
Cancer patients, caregivers, and advocates around the world are influencing the cancer research agenda, accelerating drug development timelines, and reshaping the global health landscape.
The unique public-private partnership against the Ebola virus is the true breakthrough in the fight against this killer.
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From the bottom of the sea, to the desert, scientists are looking for antibiotics and anticancer drugs in the most unlikely places.
The UK study found men living in a deprived area were 51% more likely to experience depression than those who weren't - and there was no statistically significant difference for women.
From Greta Thunberg's rousing speech in Davos to the call for a better kind of capitalism.
Emerging technologies look set to transform the healthcare industry. Here's a summary of those findings from the Global Innovation Index report.
Schemes like carbon credits and carbon offsetting are being used by countries to help lower their carbon emissions - but do they really work?