The New York pharma giant Pfizer announced it would provide drugs at manufacturing cost, to the world's poorest countries.
Researchers announce that Niger has managed to half the number of women who bleed to death after giving birth using a simple three-step process.
A group of McGill University students offers sex education classes in high schools across Montreal, Canada, fulfilling the mandated sex-ed hours and allowing youth to learn and ask questions to educators closer to their age.
A team of scientists in Leeds, United Kingdom developed a six-week supervised physical activity program for patients dealing with long Covid, helping them alleviate their long-term symptoms and improve their quality of life.
Alzheimer’s disease has a new foe in zombie cells, and an innovative experimental treatment is currently being studied in North Carolina, United States, giving hope to millions of patients that a cure to halt, or even stop the disease is on its way.
There has been a 50 percent reduction in new mother-to-child HIV transmission cases worldwide in recent years.
In September 2022, Ebola broke out in Uganda. Only four months later, the Ugandan government officially declared an end to the Ebola outbreak in the country.
Tuberculosis (TB) in Tanzania, one of the countries most burdened with TB, is declining partly thanks to traditional healers.
A team of scientists affiliated with the University of Cambridge, located in the United Kingdom, has trialed their artificial pancreas on patients living with type 2 diabetes, and the successful outcome gives hope to millions of people having to deal with the health condition.
A long-term study just revealed that a neuroprosthesis device implanted in patients with severe paralysis was able to transmit neural signals from inside a blood vessel in the brain.