Experts are warning of a ‘twindemic’, but there are measures you can take to try to avoid contracting these illnesses.
Afghanistan and Pakistan are the world’s last countries with endemic polio, an incurable and highly infectious disease.
The Environmental Protection Agency laid out a strategy to limit pollution from a cluster of chemicals known as PFAS.
In the booming fertility business, women donating their eggs face unfavourable conditions and health and safety risks.
An official tally also showed 33,208 new infections, a high for fatalities and cases for the third day in a row.
Scientists spent decades working towards a vaccine, and now the World Health Organization has approved the first.
Cancer cells from Lacks, a Black woman, provided breakthroughs from polio to HIV, but were taken without her knowledge.
Studies suggest vaccinated people are less likely to pass it on to others. Plus, ‘COVID toes’ and a pill to treat COVID.
Curbs ease for fully vaccinated in Australia’s biggest city as doctors’ group urges continued caution.
How widespread traumatic brain injuries, once the hidden wounds of the seven-year conflict, are now coming to light.
Following one of Europe’s weakest vaccination campaigns, Romania’s healthcare system is close to collapsing.
It is high time we make way with euphemisms like ‘vaccine hesitant’ and call these people what they are.
WHO approves the first jab against malaria for widespread use among children in Africa.
UN health body announces the Mosquirix vaccine against malaria should be widely administered to children in Africa.