Outbreak of yellow fever in Angola kills more than 200
Impact on Surgery in Africa if Cheap Anaesthetic & Party Drug Ketamine Becomes Controlled
Hearing yourself eating may help you to eat less new study shows
A recent Swedish study finds those with ASD die on average 16 years before those without
A new study finds brain symptoms being experienced by most, six months after infection
The Australian sheep farmer who writes and places suicide prevention ads in local papers
A special programme on the man said to be the father of counselling
A new study finds that a portion of fish every week may stave off the disease
The “Macchiarini affair” which involved ground-breaking surgery with artificial windpipes
The Brazilian men leaving their wives who have given birth to babies with microcephaly
A Health Check special on everything you need to know about Zika
A new study finds a lie-in mitigates the increased diabetes risk after sleep deprivation
A little known but ancient disease killing more people than measles
MedShr, a medical education platform being used by doctors in refugee camps
Why have 4000 babies in Brazil been born with a brain that has not fully developed?
How unpleasant behaviour distracts medical professionals from the task at hand
Examining how the human mind and body copes in space
Why are Cubans dying of heart disease, stroke and cancer?
The Cuban health service: lessons in prevention
The transfer of drug-resistant infections between pets and owners
The public health specialist and staunch campaigner for the eradication of FGM
How it can lead to an acquired condition of vulnerability and further hospital admissions
Launch of the rest test, a global investigation into the world's resting habits
A new insight into how we naturally increase our resilience to pain
One of the most famous and controversial psychologists of the 20th century.
Are we ready for the next outbreak of Ebola?
Discoveries which saved lives and sight of millions in Africa win Medicine Nobel Prize.
In some countries, surgery for cancer is almost non-existent
The new approaches to praise, learning and encouragement to help children achieve more
Around 700 million cases of malaria prevented in Africa in the last 15 years