Striving to ensure all individuals can lead a healthy life should be a priority.
There are diseases which cause epidemics that are still undefeated. By 2030, this should be different.
Governments must take immediate steps to prevent a potentially devastating debt crisis and address the economic and financial havoc wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic.
During the coronavirus outbreak and subsequent lockdown, how can we use these difficult times to our advantage?
The ripple effect of the Coronavirus is increasing human rights issues, such as hate crime, discrimination and travel restrictions.
It’s never too late to quit smoking, as a new study reveals how cells can be replenished after giving up smoking, reducing the risk of developing cancer.
Following World Leprosy Day (26 January), the extremely unjust treatment of people suffering with leprosy has been brought into questioning.
Quality healthcare should be accessible to everyone, despite economic inequalities. This is an issue being raised at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos.
The healing power of nature should not be undermined and is arguably more desirable than medicine for mental health.
The World Health Organization (WHO) raises urgent warning about the threat of antimicrobial resistance.