Brits have gained weight during the pandemic, but historically diets alone have not created better health.
People living in English seaside towns often suffer from higher levels of heart disease and stroke.
Recent developments have shown that Nigeria requires improved surveillance to keep other diseases like Monkeypox at bay while battling COVID-19.
Let’s make one thing perfectly clear — nothing short of people’s lives are at stake at the Tokyo Olympics. No amount of money can justify a single preventable death.
Data science infrastructure is sorely needed in many places. Doctors Without Borders brings medical help to nations in need, but similar efforts are relatively small for statistics.
If we want the latest health care, disability care and aged care, we’ll have to be prepared to pay for it.
New research found that smoke from the Camp Fire in Paradise, California, carried high concentrations of lead. An environmental toxicologist explains what else you’re breathing and how to stay safe.
Fans feel some of the same emotions as players – and sometimes it can all be too much.
Experts assess Nigeria’s response to COVID-19 so far and express worry that the country does not appear to have learnt much; it isn’t prepared for the next pandemic.
Using a technique called admixture mapping, researchers can leverage the diversity of people with mixed ancestry to look for hard-to-find genetic risk factors for diseases like Alzheimer’s disease.
The average Nigerian woman or child faces a host of hindrances in accessing health services.
Worries about the potential repercussions of providing legal and accurate abortion care are endangering people’s health and lives
Should people be compelled to take the vaccine? Should you feel guilty for skipping the line? And what about parts of the world where vaccines aren’t readably available? Ethicists have it covered.
Failure to identify, understand and address the implications of unintended consequences inhibits the delivery of quality healthcare.
Pandemic experiences for queer people were marked not only by loneliness but new possibilities and connections that will shape their lives when the world reopens.
Boosting the number of female inventors isn’t just a matter of fairness. Inventions by men are more likely to ignore women’s needs.
The deadly toll of last month’s mountain race in Gansu province, China, has shaken competitors and fans alike. But is the sport dangerous?
The pandemic has people spending more time online for school, socializing and work. To maintain a healthy relationship with social media, people should manage their online time and activities.
Parkinson’s results from the deterioration of neurons in part of the brain called the basal ganglia.
Nyiragongo is one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world because of its fast-moving lava. It can flow at a speed of about 100km per hour.