A study of more than 2,000 women revealed 42% experienced abuse while giving birth.
Co-lead by the Rockefeller Foundation, the $100 million project uses data analytics and plans to target communities and families in India and Uganda who are most at risk.
Great roads and airports are among the factors that have propelled Singapore to the top spot in the latest Global Competitiveness Report – let’s look at some others.
Three scientists have won the 2019 Nobel Medicine Prize for their work looking at cells' response to oxygen levels. Medicine is the first of the Nobel Prizes given each year and notable ...
Digital health solutions offer tremendous advantages for resource-constrained health systems in rural and remote areas of low and middle-income countries in South-East Asia striving to ac...
In its first year, India's health programme Ayushman Bharat has reached close to 3.9 million people.
Professor Lindsay Cameron has found that just a few minutes of mindfulness a day can make employees more helpful and productive. In addition to physical health checks, companies need to d...
The call for transparency in drug pricing, research and development and clinical trials sounds sensible and obvious. Shedding light promises good governance and better understanding, afte...
Digital technology has been used to reduce the costs associated with this progressive, chronic disease and help doctors and policy-makers better plan and manage treatment.
Where do Americans receive the best and worst healthcare? A recent study compares the 50 states and the District of Columbia on cost, access and outcomes.
It’s time to accelerate the shift to value-based care, and leverage private resources to build partnerships for better healthcare capacity that can benefit all - rich and poor.
Better national funding, more thorough education about lifestyle choices and redesigned healthcare that puts people at its centre are what we need to ensure no one is left behind.
Health expenditures are rising – but government funding has stalled, and personal spending is filling the gap. Here's how the private sector can help.
Tea drinkers have better organized brain regions, compared to non-tea drinkers, a study shows.
Studies have found that in order to age well, it helps to keep writing, reading and talking. This is how we can benefit if we continue to flex our literary muscles.