Mobile technology has great potential to improve healthcare in Nigeria but government must provide regulatory framework.
We've prevented many deaths, many of them at the cost of other deaths. The accounting ought to be made clear.
The idea, says our experts, was to shut down Obamacare. But it didn't work out that way. This could take on more importance as the number of uninsured swells due to coronavirus.
Images of religious buildings being used to treat the sick shouldn't come as surprise. The practice has a long tradition, dating back to the Middle Ages.
Robots are helping health care workers and public safety officials more safely and quickly treat coronavirus patients and contain the pandemic. They have something in common: They're tried and tested.
AI can supplement the efforts of available medical personnel - and help keep them safe.
Despite its proximity to China and South Korea, North Korea says it has no cases of COVID-19.
Bernie Sanders is the antithesis of a political showman who says one thing today, another tomorrow. Perhaps, in the end, that was his undoing.
A group of population experts have called on governments in Latin American and the Caribbean to urgently ramp up testing for COVID-19 before it's too late.
Trying to maximise lives saved will inevitably be contentious and imperfect.
Cuba stresses its programme to send doctors abroad is based in solidarity. But there are diplomatic and economic reasons too.
A sector-by-sector look at who is benefiting, who is in trouble and who could go either way.
It's not the price of health care that should concern us. It's the cost. There's a distinction, and it matters. Here's why.
A sense of wellbeing can have an important affect on parents' decisions when it comes to health care.
The Chinese Communist Party has long used healthcare as part of its propaganda operation.
Health services are routinely falling short when it comes to providing care to lesbian, bisexual, trans and other sexual minority women.
More inmates are growing old and dying in prison, and the system is not designed to cope.
Researchers are looking for ways to determine who's most at risk for dementia and also ways to detect it early. A scientist who has studied low blood pressure makes a case for a link between the two.
Are more technologically advanced prosthetics and orthotics actually better for improving health? Or do we just think they are better? And most importantly, how do we figure it out?
It's all very well having rights. But what do these rights really mean when you're with your GP, in hospital or in a nursing home?