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There’s no escaping deadly air pollution. How can we tackle it?
99.999 per cent of the world’s population are breathing unsafe air.
‘Frightening’ scale of Europe's forever chemical pollution revealed
An investigation has revealed that 17,000 European sites are contaminated with these persistent manmade substances.
Hundreds of thousands of Madrid marchers demand better healthcare
Marchers in Madrid are demanding better healthcare, claiming the regional government has run down services leaving up to a million people in Spain's capital without a registered doctor.
Overburdened public health system forcing millions to go private
1.5 million more Spaniards have switched to private healthcare since the Covid-19 pandemic with nearly 12 million people now with private health insurance
Thousands of ambulance workers in England and Wales walk out over pay
Nurses will walk out again next week and more than 100,000 civil servants will join one-day strike action on 1 February.
500 lives a week at risk in UK health service crisis
A senior UK health official has warned that up to 500 lives a week could be at risk as a result of a crisis in the country's National Health Service.
New York joins call for WHO to rename 'racist' monkeypox virus
Authorities in New York City are dealing with the biggest monkeypox outbreak in the United States with over 1,000 infections reported so far.
TikTok users encouraged to promote unhealthy food and drink brands
According to a new report, users on the social media platform are being encouraged to act as "unofficial brand ambassadors".
EU approves use of Bavarian Nordic vaccine against monkeypox
The European Commission approved the use of the drug just days after the WHO called the spread of monkeypox a global health emergency.
Monkeypox: WHO declares global health emergency
More than 16,000 cases have now been reported across 74 countries, according to the World Health Organisation.
EU heatwave: Are record-breaking temperatures due to climate change?
Northern Italian regions risk losing up to half their agricultural output due to a drought.
You eat a credit card's worth of plastic every week, says a new study
Microplastics are everywhere, including in our bodies. But how can we avoid them?
America’s first safe injection site has just opened in New York
The centre has become a political flashpoint in the US with some Republican senators accusing President Biden of wanting to finance "crack pipes".
COVID-19: 'The pandemic could be with us for many years,' WHO warns
As anger spreads across Europe over re-imposed coronavirus restrictions and lockdowns, the WHO warns that the virus might be with us for many years.
Employers should better support men's mental health. Here's how
Movember is men's health awareness month and employers have a crucial role in supporting men's mental health - in and out of the workplace.
Vaccine scepticism hits Gambia's polio campaign
Efforts to eradicate polio in The Gambia are facing skepticism due to distrust of Covid-19 vaccines, according to a medical officer in the West African state.
How unsafe toilets are impacting the health of 3.6 billion people
Clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene should be normal for everyone. Yet, almost half of the world’s population don’t have access to it.
Photographer urges Romanians to get COVID vaccine
After spending more than 150 hours shooting inside intensive care units, one photographer is desperately trying to convince people to get the vaccine.
The first person to be diagnosed with climate change lives in Canada
150,000 people die a year from climate change. So why has the first diagnosis just been given, and how significant is it?
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Europe's week: EU court fines Poland and inflation rises in eurozone
Here's a look at this week's top stories in Europe.