Is climate change increasing the risk of certain diseases for Europeans? We ask a leading expert in our report from Sweden. Plus we bring you the very latest data on how the planet is changing, with the most recent record-breaking figures for April 2020 from the Copernicus Climate Change Service.
All eyes are on Germany's R value. But what is it and why is it key in terms of when to lift lockdown?
“Our stock levels of a medication that we rely on to be able to live and stay healthy is being affected by something that hasn’t even been proven yet," said Amy Baker, a 27-year-old who suffers from lupus about hydroxychloroquine.
A permanent ban is needed, not only on animal markets such as those in Wuhan, but on the live trade, export and inhumane slaughter of all animals. This would not only protect animal welfare, but could also save millions of human lives.
More people are considering switching to electric vehicles thanks to improved air conditions during the pandemic.
All you need to know about the pandemic.
The girl had suffered from a fever for three days and tested positive for coronavirus, says the Belgian health authority.
Marcello Natali, 57, told Euronews in one of his last interviews before his death that he had to work without gloves because there weren't any available.
The director-general of the World Health Organisation (WHO) said the world wasn't ready for a pandemic.
Clue: It is worse than an epidemic.
A key question that has dominated discussion is whether a person can be infected more than once by the virus. So, what do we know?
AI technology could be used to alert medical institutes on irregular symptoms before human clinicians realise there is a developing problem. This alert could give the medical institutions 2-4 weeks advance notice which in turn could allow opportune time to test for a cure and alert the public.
Luzón, who suffers from ALS, thinks about death every day - but only for five minutes.
Questions are asked of the Japanese authorities as they failed to stop the coronavirus from spreading aboard.
How is COVID-19 transmitted? How has Europe responded to the outbreak? Euronews answers your questions.
Scientists in Rome say they have isolated the DNA sequence of the coronavirus and will share the research worldwide to help combat the outbreak
Hospitals in Hong Kong cut services on Tuesday after thousands of medical workers went on strike for a second day demanding the complete closure of its borders with China.
Six people are now known to have died from the coronavirus. Health authorities worldwide are scrambling to come up with a response.
New research by the Economist Intelligence Unit has identified severe weaknesses in countries’ abilities to prevent, detect and respond to significant disease outbreaks.
Russia is one of the five largest emerging epidemics in the world for new HIV infections, AIDS experts tell Euronews.
Colourblind Jonathan Jones, 12, had his world brightened when he tried on a special pair of glasses.
Web Summit 2019: AI and drug development mark new era for pharma
It has been an important place of pilgrimage for healing mental illness for centuries, and it was one of the earliest models of psychiatric care that allowed patients to live among the community. We travel to the town of Geel in northern Belgium where social inclusion fights against stigma.
In our latest episode of Futuris, we see if apps and video games help in the treatment and early diagnosis of Parkinson's Disease? In Northern Greece, one patients´ association has teamed up with researchers to find out.
An explosion started a subsequent fire at the Vector lab in Russia, which is known for being one of two places in the world to house the smallpox virus.
A report from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) showed that syphilis rates were up 70% since 2010.