View on Euronews app
The latest breaking European news
Brussels, My Love?
State Of The Union
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Euronews Tech Talks
Soul Of The South
Women Beyond Borders
The Road To Green
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Melting Pot Culture
The Star Ingredient
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
A Greener Future
All You Want Is Greece
Digital Garden City Nation
Galaxy Brain Investor
Invest In Brazil
Under The Hood
More about this topic
This solar-powered fridge is helping COVID vaccines reach remote Kenya
More about this topic
Meet the inventor saving the lives of pregnant women across Uganda
“Radiology was a great marriage between saving lives and dealing with machines”
Time to get serious on European health data-sharing | View
Connecting and sharing health data could speed up diagnoses, improve research and ensure continuity of treatment across EU borders. Regulation and privacy protection will be paramount, says Belgian deputy prime minister Petra De Sutter
Could using Viagra prevent Alzheimer’s disease?
Don't be surprised if the doctor prescribes Viagra for your memory losses: scientists claim that the little blue pill could improve brain health and reduce the risk of developing dementia or Alzheimer's disease by 69 per cent.
Assisted dying pod you can 3D print yourself approved in Switzerland
A review of the pod found no legal obstacles preventing its use in Switzerland, but critics fear its goal to "democratise" voluntary euthanasia with AI brings new risks.
Switzerland votes to improve working conditions for nurses
"Through this vote, which was an overwhelming democratic mandate, the people have spoken," said Howard Catton, CEO of the International Council of Nurses.
Why France's Caribbean islands are a prostate cancer hotspot
Banana farmers in Guadeloupe and Martinique were poisoned by a banned chemical. Now they could be compensated by French authorities
Nurses call for COVID vaccine patents to be lifted as Omicron spreads
Nursing unions representing 2.5 million healthcare workers called on the UN to back a move that supporters say will make vaccines cheaper and easier to produce.
Pfizer’s says its COVID pill is highly effective in high risk cases
The pharmaceutical company says it intends to ask for authorisation for the pill from international regulators.
HPV vaccine cut cervical cancer rates by almost 90%, say researchers
The first-ever study of the UK's HPV vaccine programme found that the jab prevented thousands of cases of cancers and precancerous cells in the years since it was first offered to children.
Scientists call for 'radical rethink' of tech's role in health
Large gaps remain in our understanding of the interface between digital technologies and health, according to the latest report by The Lancet and Financial Times.
Britain drops 'discriminatory' blood donation question
The question, which asks if the donor has had sex in countries where HIV/AIDs is common, will finally be removed from screening forms.
World’s most powerful MRI scanner delivers its first images
The French-built MRI - the most powerful scanner yet - is set to revolutionise the diagnosis and treatment of brain diseases, one pumpkin at a time.
How healthcare companies can benefit from AI and IBM POWER driven IT infrastructures
It really shouldn't be a surprise to anyone that the healthcare industry is considered one of the most promising areas for the use of artificial intelligence.
Cloud, AI, IoT: Is healthcare on the 'brink of a major redesign'?
The use of technology in healthcare accelerated during the COVID-19 pandemic and global healthcare company Philips says this is just the beginning.
Finland could ban e-scooters at weekends as injuries weigh on doctors
The Nordic country has seen an upsurge in alcohol-induced e-scooter injuries this summer, leading doctors to demand a weekend night-time ban.
Why is this lab 3D printing a deadly cancerous tumour?
Researchers in Tel Aviv are using MRIs, CT scans and cells from patients suffering from Glioblastoma to 3D print tumours to find new treatments.
Which European country has the world's best healthcare system?
A new report comparing 11 national healthcare systems found the wealthiest country had the sickest citizens.
Man’s best friend is sniffing out COVID in French nursing homes
Pokaa the golden retriever is a quick study and is already delivering impressive results sniffing out coronavirus.
Full COVID jab protects you 3 times more than no vaccine, study finds
Researchers at London's Imperial College say people who’ve had the full dose of COVID-19 vaccine are three times less likely to test positive for the virus than unvaccinated people.
There can be no EU Health Union without intensive care medicine | View
The EU must tear down bureaucratic barriers that prevents ICU professionals from working across member states and learning from one another, write professors Maurizio Cecconi and Elie Azoulay.