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By analyzing electronic data from many doctors' experiences with many patients, we can move ever closer to discovering what is truly best for each patient.
As many as 80% of Indian women face sexual harrassment in public, in what Nita Bhalla describes as a 'culture of harrassment'.
According to a survey across 36 African countries, citizens rank health as the second most important issue to be addressed.
In recent years, beekeepers have lost as many as 45% of their honey bees, one of the most important pollinators.
Are GM crops the way to ensure everyone has access to adequate nutrition?
Scientists have developed the world's smallest engine, which could be used in medical nanotechnology.
The authors look at how improved access to financial services aids growth and creates jobs in developing countries.
Scientists have found a person in the US with a bacteria resistant to a last-resort antibiotic – could this be “the end of the road for antibiotics”?
Following the Great Recession, public finance remains high on the global policy agenda. The expansionary monetary policy and quantitative easing of the major central banks, including the ...
A list of some of the week’s most interesting stories on economic growth and social inclusion, including intergenerational mobility and who gains most from globalization.
A bottom-up and concerted effort by the LDCs and their trade and development partners will help to create an environment that is better at meeting the goal of graduation.
With circular economy thinking, the future of construction can be both highly profitable and sustainable.
By using new technology and production strategies, urban and rural agriculture could help rebuild communities in Syria.
When introverts are able to master confidence when they get on stage, they can come across as more authentic than extroverts.