The US Preventative Services Task Force has issued a statement recommending screening for anxiety in children and adolescents from the ages of 8 and 18.
The Indian state of Telangana has been a pioneer in the adoption of emerging technologies. With the recent completion of India’s first organized medical drone-delivery programme under the...
Following COVID-19, widespread calls have been made to ban the sale and consumption of wild meat. But would this really stop the spread of diseases?
Researchers have created an implantable sensor that monitors blood oxygen levels by glowing in the light. It could help patients track chronic conditions.
Many people are receiving earlier diagnoses for mood disorders like depression as a result of their willingness to seek treatment and improved diagnostic guidelines.
Trust in healthcare companies fell to 62% in 2022, compared with 73% in May 2020, according to Edelman's latest report. Here, they suggest some solutions.
Poor healthcare systems are a major barrier to patients accessing life-saving cancer medicines. Public-private partnerships could ensure better access.
A healthy mouth, teeth and gums can have surprising impacts on the rest of your body. Find out more on World Oral Health Day.
Progress on tackling tuberculosis was reversed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's how technology and innovation can be used in a renewed global effort to fight it.
80% of the wastewater is discharged untreated into the environment, so the the drugs we use to improve health are finding their way into our rivers.
Digital health: The integration of data, biotech and digital technologies into services is transforming the way healthcare stakeholders approach research and patient care
A study looking at 166 surgically treated tibia fractures discovered that early weight-bearing exercise was linked with faster healing.
The world has made remarkable progress in reducing maternal mortality rates — but that progress has not always been shared equally. Remote working could change that.
Danish health officials estimate that BA.2 may be 1.5 times more transmissible than BA.1. The HSA found no evidence of a difference in vaccine effectiveness, according to the Jan. 28 report.
Schistosomiasis is a disease that affects 240 million people worldwide. New evidence shows that with a joined-up approach it can be brought under control