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Hand hygiene should be universally available to protect us from current and future pandemics. Smart investment is needed to create handwashing solutions.
Administration of oxygen is vital in battling hypoxaemia, a complication of COVID-19 pneumonia. However, poorer hospitals don't have access to supplies.
The Medicine from the Sky Project will launch drone delivery pilots in the next few months to bring vaccines to India's more remote populations.
Watch this session on Wednesday 28 April from 15.00-15.30 CEST with UNICEF's Dr. Aboubacar Kampo, Professor Heidi Larson, Google's Garth Graham and more.
Japan could work together with the global biotech and life sciences sector to become a world leader – offering lessons for other countries.
The World Health Organization has developed its Learning Academy, using 360 cameras to make 3D models of emergency departments and save virtual lives.
The Global Future Council on Healthy Ageing and Longevity shares ideas on how technology will enable people to live healthier, more fulfilling lives at all ages.
Seven years after the WHO unveiled the “End TB Strategy”, the data shows we are far from achieving the targets contained within it.
Without investment in early detection, the cost of kidney failure will continue to rise.
Here are four steps to alleviate the pressure on health systems.
Using robots in healthcare has benefits, particularly when reducing contact during COVID-19. Developments for further medical applications are underway.
Interest in working for health services has soared in the UK during COVID-19. But around the world nursing remains a difficult and under-resourced profession.
A successful approach is being used to tackle extreme poverty in Brazil. It can be used as a model.
Initial findings from new report highlight rare disease cases in Asia Pacific should be given greater priority, improved diagnosis and sustainable funding.
AI and machine learning can play a crucial role in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, writes Dr Ruma Bhargava, Healthcare Lead at the World Economic Forum.