A nasal spray to provide protection against Covid-19 could be effective for up to 48 hours
The vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford can protect up to 90 per cent of people, results show
The latest candidate to release results from Phase III trials indicates the vaccine is nearly 95 per cent effective
The spread of the diseases are leaving millions of vulnerable children at heightened risk of preventable childhood diseases.
Dr Ren Minghui, Assistant Director-General, Universal Health Coverage / Communicable and Noncommunicable Diseases at the World Health Organisation, discusses the global challenges
At the Virtual Conservative Party Conference, Public Policy Projects hosted a thought-provoking and essential discussion on the development of a coronavirus vaccine
The roll-out of new, World Health Organization (WHO) approved antigen-based rapid diagnostic tests for the novel coronavirus in Africa will significantly boost testing capacity and marks a game changer in the continent’s fight against COVID-19.
The UK is set to join the US, Canada, Australia, Switzerland, Singapore and Brazil in two collaborative organisations
Thousands tuned in from across the world for The Big Event for Mental Health, hosted by the World Health Organisation
For the first time, the World Health Organization will host a global online advocacy event for mental health – The Big Event for Mental Health – on October 10, World Mental Health Day.
Ministers of Health from seven small African island states have now signed an agreement to improve quality and access to drugs and vaccines for their populations
The latest edition of the World Economic Series, Rebooting the World Economy, focused on Central America, an area of great cohesion and diversity
Steve Walton of Benson Viscometers details how viscosity testing could be essential for beating the Covid-19 pandemic.