An openness to explore new opportunities for partnership – with the private sector and others in civil society – will ensure that the WHO can lead a successful transformation in how the world responds to the health challenges ahead.
How to get in on the trend that claims to balance mind, body and spirit.
Bryan Carter and Apostolos Staikos continue our European road trip by heading to Bulgaria just in time for Orthodox Easter, to find out what voters there are thinking before the European elections next month.
'Town Square' in San Diego comes complete with a 1959 black Ford Thunderbird parked outside an old school diner, a cinema advertising blockbusters such as A Streetcar Named Desire and The Greatest Show on Earth, and a news stand.
This is the latest wellness trend to watch.
Patients in Europe are unable to access the medicines they need, failed by an inconsistent system across the EU. A progressive plan for the future of healthcare provision across the continent is much needed.
We trial a breathwork session and discover that small changes to our breathing cause seismic changes to our wellbeing.
Breathing exercises, visualisation techniques and gentle movement for a better mental state and support towards reaching life goals.
The CYBELEGs PLUS PLUS programme is working to develop a robotic prosthesis to reduce physical and cognitive effort for amputees.. But their use could be much more wide-reaching.
Healthy life years at birth represent the number of years a baby can expect to live without an activity limitation or disability.
Vaccine hesitancy among top ten threats to global health in 2019, warned the WHO.
New data by Eurostat looks at numbers of general medical practitioners in EU countries.
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In this 360-degree video, you can get up close to Luis Alberto. He is 27 years old, Spanish, and deafblind.
Conservative MP Maria Miller accused the UK government of ‘mishandling’ their approach to trans issues saying that trans people lack access to basic health care.
A judge in Texas ruled that the U.S Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional
French ambulance drivers staged a surprise protest that began in the early hours of Monday morning against social security reforms they say would compromise some ambulance companies.
Luxembourg spent €5,600 per inhabitant on healthcare in 2016 — the highest of any EU member state.
At barely 28 years old, Congolese entrepreneur Rufin Lepembe Ovoula has come up with an ingenious that makes access to medicine faster and more convenient.
Women in England may have to give up work to look after their elderly relatives unless care workers from the European Union are given priority after Brexit, ministers have warned.
Inspire Africa features a Senegal entrepreneur making health services more affordable, a Rwandan institute tackling the issue of gender equality and insights from Douala, the economic capital of Camer
With 22 alcohol-related deaths a week, Scotland takes action to relieve its health services & give hope to addicts by targeting heavy drinkers' favourite cheapest brands.
Crowds gathered to release thousands of balloons into the air at a memorial for Alfie Evans hours after his father said he had died.
The World Health Organisation and UNICEF are encouraging mothers to breastfeed their newborn babies
New legislation puts an end to free medical treatment of undocumented foreigners.
Official figures show 100,000 posts remain unfilled.
New study links unexpected spike of copycat deaths with comic actor's demise