Globally, the impact of extreme temperature on human health will be mitigated if effective measures are taken by governments and key stakeholders.
Low and middle-income countries carry the burden of more than half a billion people living with undetected and untreated hypertension, worldwide.
Les aps The battle to wipe out malnutrition requires healthy diets that also tackle micronutrient deficiencies, alongside the growing burdens of undernutrition and obesity.
The rich are to blame for air pollution, while poor endure the impact.
At least two years’ wait for GM Rice production
Artisanal mining as well as industrial activities and waste disposal spread toxic heavy metals in the Amazon region, affecting particularly children health.
Bioimaging technologies must be expanded for global health.
A survey of 10 African countries found that a lack of intensive care beds and medical resources led to worse outcomes associated with COVID-19 in Africa than in the rest of the world.
How to put more science in health policy and planning
A promise for shorter and less expensive treatments