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Live debate: What lessons can Europe learn from the COVID pandemic?
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What is next for the world of healthcare?
CBD oil: Wonder drug or widespread scam?
CBD oil derives from hemp, a cousin of marijuana in the Cannabis family. But we look at what it really is and whether it's healthy.
Number of teenagers seeking psychiatric help soars amid pandemic
Youngsters being hospitalised for mental disorders, including depression and schizophrenia, have tripled in Belgium over the past year.
Is COVID jab diplomacy about values over vaccines in Europe's east?
For countries in Eastern Europe, buying vaccines is not just about soft power or geopolitical goodwill — it's about values underlying the programmes.
The diabetes epidemic is already upon us - can technology save us?
While the world focuses on the coronavirus pandemic another epidemic has been staring us in the face for 30 years: Diabetes.
Pandemic unemployment leaving more without health insurance
Elina is a migrant in Austria. She used to work as an English teacher in Vienna. When the pandemic struck she lost her job. Now she is pregnant in a foreign country, without a job and without health insurance.
Can hearing birdsong help boost our mental health and wellbeing?
As cities went quiet during lockdown, the sounds of nature broke through. It may have been just what we needed.
The ocean, a source of treatment for some of the world's worst diseases
The ocean could hold the cure to the worst threats to public health. Researchers and experts are using some of the most unknown marine bioresources to make compounds to improve our health and they're doing so without damaging the sea.
How will COVID anxiety impact the travel industry in 2021 and beyond?
The return to travel is largely considered something to celebrate. But concerns about the physical and mental health implications are normal after more than a year of lockdowns. We find out why.
WHO 'afraid' many European children didn't get routine jabs amid COVID
The WHO told Euronews it is "afraid" that fewer Europeans got routine vaccinations for serious diseases, like measles, during the pandemic, which could lead to outbreaks down the line.
The NGO saving lives by recycling soap from luxury hotels
Meet the Swiss NGO redistributing toiletries from hotels in Europe to deliver to those in need.
Meet Dr Hudsson: The robot medical professional
At Moscow’s Hadassah Clinic, your health check will be carried out by a doctor who is never tired or stressed. Meet Dr Hudsson, the robot medic.
How a smart thermometer saw COVID-19 coming before the experts
“What we were seeing in March was an unusual outbreak everywhere, a complete black swan event,” Kinsa founder and CEO Indra Singh told Euronews.
Mental health concerns as pandemic increases children's screen time
The pandemic has increased the time children and teenagers are spending online. But experts warn that it is leaving children vulnerable to a host of negative consequences, like bullying, addictions and cyber predators.
Activity is the ‘miracle pill’ that could save both people and planet
We spoke with Peter Walker about his new book The Miracle Pill & how increasing activity could help the environment too.
Most vulnerable in Europe have fallen through gaps in health systems
"Many people have found themselves with a real drop in revenue during the pandemic, often the most vulnerable, and even a small reduction to money coming in can make a difference. People put healthcare on the back burner," said a Belgian charity worker.
The mental toll for health workers on Spain's coronavirus frontline
Pablo is a nurse in Madrid's La Paz hospital. He worked on the frontline of COVID-19 during the first pandemic. He had no idea the toll it would take on his mental health.
The EU's ambitious €5 billion health programme: What's it all about?
EU4Health is the biggest financed health programme ever. It's an EU initiative to improve health systems across the bloc and make them ready for any further health crisis. Its EU rapporteurs tell us what it's all about.
Euronews debates: What's the future of healthcare post-COVID-19?
What's the future of healthcare? Are you going to become your own doctor? Can AI beat the world's biggest diseases? Are hospitals as we know them going to disappear? What are the breakthrough technologies which will transform medicine in the next decade?
This is Europe’s first cross-border mobile hospital
The French and Spanish Pyrenees regions get help with medical emergencies from the European project EGALURG. Its self-reliant mobile hospital also brings COVID-19 vaccine relief to rural communities.
Why sleeping outdoors under the stars is good for mind, body and soul
Sleeping in the great outdoors has been shown to have surprising mental health benefits.
Meet the French doctor who treated Europe's first COVID-19 patient
"Be careful, when I notify the authorities, it will be like I've pushed a button," a woman at the Institut Pasteur had told him as officials learned of the first COVID-19 case in France.