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Each state has its own rules for which vaccines kids must have to attend school and the reasons students can opt out.
Our study found that the longer it took a person to conceive, the poorer their health was in later life.
An increasing number of communities are discovering dangerous contamination in their water systems weeks or months after fires.
Some face masks now come with a coating of graphene, a substance that can kill microbes. Is it safe to breathe it in?
Our research looked at deaths in Australia between 1968 and 2018. While more people tend to die in winter than summer, this gap is narrowing – and that's a worry.
With great expectations come great challenges, and one of the biggest facing the new Health NZ agency will be rebuilding a collaborative ethos in the sector.
It's common to find medical doctors providing supportive health services and in the process getting distracted from their main clinical job concerns.
A moral philosopher explains why the ethics of getting or refusing the COVID-19 vaccine are more complex than it might seem.
The devastating effect COVID-19 has had on disabled people globally goes far beyond health issues
Young vapers do not know that their habit may also endanger bystanders, as the vapers may also expose them to e-cigaratte emission.
Crowd size matters. When football games had thousands of fans in attendance, COVID-19 case numbers tended to spike within three weeks.
We need to commit to creating safe and inclusive environments for trans and non-binary youth, because when they have those supportive environments, they thrive.
All the ways plants, animals, insects and the bacteria around us can be beneficial to human health.
Students are spreading out when they eat and using more single-serve packaging. Future changes to school meals could be less visible.
Toxic and hyper-masculine workplaces are linked with a variety of health issues including anxiety, depression, burnout, hair loss, insomnia, and headaches.
Researchers in the US are the first to study how pregnant and breast-feeding women are responding to the vaccines. The results are promising
Our new research has found that for some people, having certain personality traits seems to have offered some level of protection during these difficult times.
Nairobi harbours all the ingredients for zoonotic spillover to occur between animals and people, particularly in the most densely populated areas of the city.
Early test results look promising, and Pfizer has asked the FDA to review and authorize its vaccine for use in teens. That doesn't mean putting away the face masks, though.