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New research has resulted in the Metagenomic Gut Virus catalogue, comprising of 189,680 viral genomes, representing more than 50,000 distinct species.
Blindness and poverty are both and cause and a consequence of each other, but breaking the cycle requires complex strategies that go far beyond funding.
We need fundamental changes to the way we engineer foods, with metabolic health as the industry’s North Star.
The many positives of cities can sometimes mask the huge health inequalities that exist within them. These places are tackling the issue and offering lessons for other cities.
As G7 leaders meet, the costs of not acting on public health, climate and biodiversity loss are now becoming far higher than the costs of acting.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in women globally. A all-female-led Lancet Commission outlines recommendations to reduce CVD in women by 2030.
Our immune system is composed of many different types of immune cells which migrate into tissues during the day and circulate around the body at night.
Healthcare contributes more than 4.4% of net global GHG emissions and its polluting effects cause health issues. A new roadmap outlines ways to solve this.
Mental health support for Arab women affected by war needs to account for cultural differences. These arts-based projects are seeing therapeutic results.
New research shows how businesses can support staff mental health – estimated to cost the global economy over $1 trillion each year in lost productivity.
Lessons can be learned from the record-breaking COVID-19 vaccine development to reduce the burden of infectious disease and enable universal healthcare.
One legacy of the COVID-19 crisis could be a revolution in how we measure mental health and promote recognition that our wellbeing depends very much on the groups we are part of.
Gender inequality is not only wrong, it is dangerous and weakens us all: global leaders must boldly finance a more equal world post-pandemic.