Female residents of Indonesian fishing village Tambak Lorok show a unique response in dealing with the pandemic.
Access to water and other sanitation infrastructure depended on income level.
The Gambia’s success in eliminating trachoma means that resources previously allocated to combating the disease can now be reallocated to other public health conditions
What side are you on, paper or dryer? In either case, here’s the bottom line on what to do after using the toilet.
With fewer people commuting, home water use changed radically overnight in March 2020.
The paws of assistance dogs are cleaner than the soles of their users' shoes.
People often turn to rituals to promote health and reduce anxiety during periods of high risk.
Social distancing can get tougher in the fall and winter. These simple steps can help keep you and your loved ones healthy.
There is no clear delineation of roles and responsibilities relating to the integration of clean water, sanitation, safe hygiene and nutritional status.
We’re cleaning and washing our hands perhaps more than we ever have before. But suggestions that all this this extra hygiene could weaken our immune systems are unfounded.
Simple hygiene goes a long way to avoid serious eye infections.
Don’t think you’re alone when working from home - the typical office desk has more than 10 million bacteria. Here’s how to stop your WFH setup leaving you needing sick leave.
Having the right equipment is not enough – getting health workers to use it is also a challenge.
Haphazard development of abattoirs without environmental and health considerations in Nigeria can only invite diseases – and potentially pandemics such as COVID-19.
In India handwashing practices have come under scrutiny as millions of Indian poorest return home from major cities. Many do not have access to basic amenities.
The Lady with the Lamp also did some of her most important work from home.
Cleaning surfaces, dishes and laundry the right way can help maintain hygiene in your house.
We used to think the rise in allergies was because we weren’t exposed to as many early infections as previous generations. But that’s not the case.
It's a surprisingly common question. Here's what you need to know.
A new reactor may soon be able to safely disinfect the air in crowded spaces.