Researchers have developed an AI that spots epilepsy seizures in advance.
The 2017 World Malaria Report provides a clear picture of the work required to control malaria.
Last year South Africa became the first country on the continent to register the use of a drug that could be used as an oral pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV prevention.
To commemorate World AIDS Day, Bill Gates tweeted a graph showing the declining number of AIDS-related deaths.
The number of people newly diagnosed with HIV in Europe reached its highest level in 2016 since records began.
Although the goals of an HIV vaccine or cure remain elusive, the research being done makes these goals appear increasingly likely.
Studying circadian rhythms in plants and their pathogens might lead to precision medicine for people.
The number of people with Parkinson’s disease will soon grow to pandemic proportions.
For every $1 the US spends on its Precision Medicine Initiative, China is spending $43.
Access to the contraceptive pill just became harder for many American women. The consequences will affect not just families, but social equality and the wider economy.
A new breakthrough study suggests that it's possible to restore consciousness in patients who have been in a prolonged vegetative state.
Distantly situated healthcare facilities with inconvenient opening hours are denying India's most disadvantaged access to decent treatment. But the growth of doorstep medical services is ...
When it comes to a debate over the efficacy of vaccinations, it is best to let the facts speak for themselves.
How can we bring the apps and digital services used to manage health in developed nations to the whole world?
Africa is now the world’s testing ground for commercial drones.