Of all the EU members states, France counts the highest proportion of people living with chronic diabetes, a study by the EU Commission has found.
Can we dance our way to better health and well-being? The answer is yes, according to a new study released this Monday by the UN's health body.
Should we be eating fruits and vegetables in season to reduce our carbon footprint and improve our health?
A digital care system has been the centrepiece of the Japanese strategy in looking after its ageing population. Medical data and technology are merged together to create more efficient healthcare.
The pair are giving back to food shelters and charities fighting hunger.
Boasting beautiful scenery, hot springs and traditional medicine, Sanya is a tropical retreat for visitors, looking to relax and rejuvenate.
Senior figures tell Euronews that pledges need to be followed with action.
5,000 years ago, ancient Egyptians cultivated the chicory plants which are not only beautiful but health boosting. And even today, the plant’s healing qualities are still revealing themselves.
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told Euronews it would make Ebola look 'lousy'
Global Fund conference aims to raise €12 billion for HIV, malaria and tuberculosis
The technology represents a scientific breakthrough that could bring hope to tetraplegics seeking to regain movement.
A gentle push on the knees, a subtle lift on the chest - that's the recipe to relieve low back pain applied by EU researchers developing a new exoskeleton. We put it to the test in a real-life factory.
CBD oil derives from hemp, a cousin of marijuana in the Cannabis family. What is it, is it good for your health and why is it called the new wonder drug?
When doctors suspected pneumonia was causing her symptoms, my mother said she done with vaping. Yet her decision came too late.
Euronews examines the regulations of euthanasia and assisted suicide in the European Union.
Tom Frey became sick years after working in the toxic dust and smoke: It's like "a fire in my lungs."
On World Suicide Prevention Day we speak to a psychologist about young people at risk, and a Police Trade Unionist about the pressures on officers in their public role.
In Europe alone, 14.5 million workers spend at least 75 per cent of their working lives outdoors without adequate protection and are at greater risk of developing skin cancer. Yet this invisible risk is being vastly neglected.
The United Nations agency said the most effective ways to reduce the number of suicides would be for governments to restrict access to pesticides.
Around 400 million euros are needed in the next six months for health and social work. to battle Ebola. Michael Ryan, Executive Director, WHO Health Emergencies Programme tells Euronews the health system needs strengthening or Ebola will come back.
A pharmaceutical distribution company is under investigation due to mislabelling of a product that may have caused excess hair growth in over 20 babies.
Resistance to antibiotics could pose a greater threat to human survival than climate change, Britain's chief medical officer has warned.
A recent study in the British Medical Journal states that the UK could be heading for a 'choline crisis' with the rise of vegetarian and vegan diets.
Nearly 40 percent of those tested for alcohol after e-scooter incidents had a blood-alcohol level over the legal driving limit, the study found.
The research also concluded parenthood poses more of a challenge to the mother’s mental health than the father's.
A district judge in the U.S. state of Oklahoma ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $572 million in damages over the opioid crisis in the state.