The actions of one country cannot be allowed to undermine decades of multilateral efforts to improve the health and well-being of all peoples of the world.
Melbourne's return to stage 3 restrictions has precipitated another round of grocery stockpiling. But supermarket shelves won't be empty as long as last time.
Recent cases remind us that although children and teens are considered less likely than adults to catch and spread COVID-19, everyone with symptoms should get a test — including children and teens.
In April, BirdLife Australia survey numbers jumped to 2,242. That's a tenfold increase from 241 in April last year.
Some experts were concerned about the creation of unrealistic expectations, links with gender-based violence, and the potential for addiction. Others said education might help to offset these harms.
Boris Johnson says he wants to get on top of the UK's productivity problem, but the job measures in the summer statement could take the country in the opposite direction.
What are known as 'ag-gag' laws impede the transparency Canadians expect from farms and food-production facilities, particularly dangerous in the COVID-19 period.
He once called it a 'little flu' – now Brazil's president, Jair Bolsonaro, has tested positive for COVID-19.
Involving senior health science students in the everyday practice helped address the workload in facilities, improved quality of patient care, and increased patient and staff satisfaction.
Research on conspiracy theories can help people become receptive to health advice.
South Africa is trialling a vaccine for COVID-19. Here's what you need to know about it.
There isn't enough clinical research being done in Africa. This has had a lot of repercussions in terms of the timing when interventions become available and effective in high income countries.
The extent of the current economic malaise has much deeper roots than the coronavirus pandemic.
A bioethicist argues that the problem of health disparities existed long before COVID-19 struck with a vengeance in marginalized communities.
The purveyors of these myths, including politicians who have been soft peddling the impact of the coronavirus, aren't doing the country any favors.
After trying to remove street vendors from its cities for years, China is supporting them to help jump-start its economy. An urban scholar explains why other cities should do the same.
Research shows children who go camping do better at school and are healthier and happier.
The spotlight reveals that better funding and support are urgently needed.
The virus seems to have a range of effects on the brain, even in patients with only mild lung illness.
Do bats hold the secret to defeating coronaviruses?