The climate crisis is having a negative impact on children's mental health, say experts, and tackling eco-anxiety should be an urgent priority for governments.
The World Health Organization has approved a malaria vaccine for use in children. Dr Pedro Alonso explains what this vaccine breakthrough means.
Leena Nair chats with Meet The Leader about experimenting with 4-day work weeks and other flexible models - and why soft skills like vulnerability will be key for leaders in future decades.
We are far from achieving health equity. The private sector has an important role to play in addressing health inequities and the root causes of them.
COVID-19 set us back on many SDG 3 targets. As we start to recover, we must focus on universal health coverage and the health impacts of climate change.
Organizations are increasingly appointing an executive to their leadership to focus on employee wellbeing and make related investments. Here's how.
COVID-19’s effects on our collective and individual wellbeing forced the world to confront mental health challenges like never before, and innovative thinkers have stepped up to the chall...
The economic impacts of COVID-19 may last until 2024 in low-income countries because of the lag in vaccination, with only about 1% of people being vaccinated.
If a full night's sleep still does not refresh you, two medical experts explain why that might be, and have some tips we could all use - hear the podcast.
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.