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Public concern about climate change has risen, but a study shows that widespread lack of knowledge exists regarding how rising temperatures impact the spread of disease.
Lucy van Dorp, an expert in microbial genomics, answers key questions about the new COVID-19 variant, including how effective the vaccine will be against it.
By averting economic disaster and helping to end the pandemic, 10 major economies could be $466 billion better off by 2025, new data finds.
The Asia Pacific Vaccine Access Facility (APVAX), will provide support for procurement and transporting of vaccines from place of purchase to ADB’s developing members.
An immunologist has answered questions surrounding COVID-19, such as the safety of a second dose, being in a trial previously and coronavirus re-infection.
At Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, KLM workers are preparing to ship COVID-19 vaccines made in Europe around the world.
UNICEF will work with over 350 airlines and freight companies to deliver nearly 2 billion COVID-19 vaccines to developing countries next year.
AstraZeneca's vaccine for COVID-19 could be around 90% effective without any serious side effects. The vaccine can also be refrigerated, rather than frozen.
For COVID-19 vaccines, individuals, governments and regulators will need to think through safety, efficacy and equitability concerns, write three health experts.
By 2050, AMR could cause 10 million deaths annually. It's vital that governing bodies help to incentivize the industry, writes AMR expert Thomas Cueni.
Pfizer said its two-dose vaccine, BNT162b2, was consistently effective across different ages and ethnic groups, well-tolerated and that side effects were mostly mild to moderate.
The video platform said it would now ban any content with claims about COVID-19 vaccines that contradict consensus from local health authorities or the World Health Organization.
Around the world, scientists have more credibility than the government, the media or business leaders, according to the Pew Research Center.
The loss of biodiversity means the world is losing plants with the potential to act as food, fuel and medicine.
When severely ill COVID-19 patients are treated with corticosteroids such as dexamethasone, their survival rates increase according to the World Health Organization.