The World Health Organization’s action could increase the resources available to fight a year-old outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Seema Yasmin, director of research and education at the Stanford Health Communication Initiative, talks about her book The Impatient Dr. Lange: One Man’s Fight to End the Global HIV Epidemic...
Increased air pollution impacted low birth weights and asthma attacks, a federal economist says
A Rhode Island program to prevent ex-inmate relapses and deaths is working
Starting in 2017, an artificial intelligence monitoring system at the Welgevonden Game Reserve in South Africa has been helping to protect rhinos and their caretakers.
Upholding the lower court’s ruling would affect 20 million people who get medical coverage under the law and could upend the health care system
A combination of two technologies could vastly improve food safety
Maurice Kakule Mutsunga has started a motorcycle ambulance service and is working to dispel rumors about the virus
People who spent at least two hours outside—either all at once or totaled over several shorter visits—were more likely to report good health and psychological well-being. Jason G...
It can flag pathogens long before patients show up in clinics
Social media bots promote unproved benefits of e-cigarettes
Not alone, but it could be part of the solution
Nature’s Amy Maxmen reports from the front line of the crisis in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Senator Elizabeth Warren and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio were the only candidates in the first night in favor of eliminating private insurance
A new approach to water treatment could be cheaper, produce less waste and possibly help fix nitrate pollution in California
Existing religious and philosophical exemptions endanger public health
The bacteria, which normally live in warmer waters, have caused infections in waters near Delaware and New Jersey
People appear to consume between 74,000 and 121,000 microplastic particles annually, and that's probably a gross underestimate.
Immunization reduces the likelihood of a painful reemergence of the virus in kids
Anthropologists found parasite eggs in ancient poop samples, providing a glimpse of human health as hunter-gatherers transitioned to settlements. Christopher Intagliata reports.