The dietary shift as people become richer could cause greenhouse gas emissions to soar, says report.
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Entire communities must get drugs to kill dormant parasites and eliminate a major form of the disease, shows study.
Prejudice and bureaucracy mar the lives of female African health workers in rich countries, says Henrietta Miers.
Increasing access could cut fatalities from the disease among under-fives by three-quarters, says paper.
Cases rose sharply last month and infections have been confirmed in Bahrain and Kuwait.
Longer lifespans bring more disability so governments should adapt health service delivery, says Hannah Kuper.
Nicotine-addiction drugs could help those hooked on the nut’s powerful stimulant, study proposes.
[BREAKING] Using parasite-killing drug on cattle and insecticide to kill the fly vector reduces cases by 90 per cent.
How we perceive and describe disease shapes our attitude to treatment — we need new terms to end stigma.
Almost half of all HIV patients are women, but they are underrepresented in clinical trials.
Regular doses of ivermectin reduce disease transmission by killing mosquitoes, Burkina Faso trial shows.
Hear CGIAR boss Frank Rijsberman explain why the global food system must target malnutrition.
This month’s show also features a discussion about the changing landscape of humanitarian response and transparency in public health.