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More than 26,000 cases of monkeypox have been reported worldwide - prompting the World Health Organization to declare the virus a public health emergency.
Top stories: COVID-19 restrictions continue across China; Face mask rules return in Delhi; Long COVID risk in children, even if virus didn't make them ill.
As the COVID threat decreases, society needs to balance protecting the vulnerable and imposing intrusive restrictions that can negatively affect others.
Henley Passport Index 2022: The latest rankings for the most powerful passports have been released. Where does your country feature?
Top COVID-19 news stories: New restrictions across China; North Korea says all fever patients have recovered; New Zealand hopes latest wave has peaked.
We take an umbrella when rain is expected – should we use a facemask when COVID-19 looms? It could cut infections.
The COVID-19 outbreak highlighted how multilateralism is key in addressing existing global health inequities and tackling future pandemics.
This year, over 1,000 children across 35 different countries mysteriously fell sick with hepatitis. Was this outbreak of liver inflammation a one-off, or is it a sign of worse to come?
Top COVID-19 news: Macau to reopen after no infections for 9 days; Confirmed cases decline in the Americas; Japan urges action over rising infections.
Knowledge exchange and capacity building are vital to ensuring reliable infrastructure, service delivery, and mitigating disaster risks, globally.
Gaming is booming. Millions turned to games during lockdowns, and growth in the market is expected to create a global industry worth $321 billion by 2026.
As companies return to business as usual, employees want more flexibility at work. But leaders should be careful about exacerbating inequalities, says one expert.