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South Korea is the country with the highest number of those 65+ that are vaccinated, with 85.1% of the population.
The Statista Global Consumer Survey has found 65% of Chinese citizens use health apps, with over 40% paying for the service.
Home care is safer and cheaper than residential care, and delivers better outcomes for patients. Here's how to make it more affordable and accessible.
Researchers at MIT, MGH, and Harvard are now working on strategies for designing a universal flu vaccine, that could work against any flu strain.
The Global Preparedness Monitoring Board’s A World In Disorder report looks at the biggest learnings from the pandemic. It calls for 5 urgent actions, from responsible leadership to robus...
When Black doctors cared for Black babies, their mortality rate was cut in half, says a new study. But why?
Around the world, scientists have more credibility than the government, the media or business leaders, according to the Pew Research Center.
According to Worldometers, we have just passed the million death milestone from COVID-19. These are key questions health experts want answered about coronavirus.
Unexpected side-effects are rare, but the speed at which coronavirus vaccines are being produced raises the risks.
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.
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.
Transforming our economy will require new technologies, breakthrough innovation and sustainable business models.
Remarkable progress has been made against cancer, and this must be sustained despite the disruption wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's how.
The Exemplars in Global Health project compiles data on the countries that have made the most progress on health with limited resources. Peru, Rwanda and Senegal are nations that have mad...
The world is at a “watershed moment” for health emergency preparedness and investment in critical services due to COVID-19, according to the United Nations.