This year summer schools will have to figure out how to tend to the emotional and academic needs of students coming out of remote learning.
When students feel their classrooms are supportive and fair, they behave better, a survey in Brazil found.
We recently heard reports of a new and dangerous 'hybrid' variant circulating in Vietnam. There is such as a thing as a hybrid viral variant — but this doesn't appear to be it.
Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga is sinking in the polls under intense criticism over his handling of the Tokyo Games. And yet, he may still get over the line in national elections this year.
Contracts for exploring the deep sea are due to expire before a safe mining code can be agreed.
Kenya needs to address spending inefficiencies to attain the goals outlined in the budget.
The sustained lack of trust between migrants and health professionals is leading to dire consequences
Counterfeit vaccines are undermining the global effort to stop COVID-19. Why are they so prevalent, and how can we stop them?
A large proportion of scientific research on coronaviruses is carried out in countries with no oversight of experiments designed to make pathogens more deadly.
How much longer can we allow unhealthy products to be associated with 'sport mega-events' like Euro 2020?
After over a year of stress eating and seeing each other only through screens, anxiety over changes in physical appearance can make socializing again a daunting prospect.
If we think about the success of the UK’s vaccine rollout to date, and factor in how social norms tend to diffuse, then there's good reason to be optimistic.
It is unlikely that we will reach full herd immunity for COVID-19. However, we are likely to reach a practical kind of herd immunity through vaccination.
A new paper suggests that plant- and fish-based diets lessen the chance of developing severe symptoms – but hold off from becoming vegetarian or pescatarian for now.
Even though the media exposed the negligence that led to so many elderly deaths, it continues to portray old people as faceless and voiceless, contributing to the insidious spread of ageism.
Why it's important to pay attention to evolutionary theory when considering population health.
Free doughnuts and lotteries may drive some people to get their COVID-19 vaccine. But for those who are afraid of needles, other interventions may be necessary.
Though the British prime minister has called on countries to share more doses internationally, the UK may continue to prioritise its domestic rollout.
Accounts of previous epidemics – by Samuel Pepys, Daniel Defoe and Katherine Porter – warn of mistakes that we risk repeating.
A successful rollout isn't just about the physical points where people can get the vaccinations. It's also about having a trained workforce to administer them.