The Step Up Project runs needle exchange programmes with injecting drug users in Cape Town, Durban and Tshwane
Sub-Saharan African countries with the burden of malaria could benefit from Mosquirix, a malaria ‘candidate vaccine’ for the prevention of malaria in children in the next five years.
The day of a child's birth should be a day filled with joy, but for many Kenyans, it is a day of fear.
Vaccine programmes can trigger fears of conspiracies and oppression. It's time they got more collaborative
A new study estimates, for the first time, both the health and economic benefits of investing in treatment of common forms of mental illness globally
The government of Angola has launched a vaccination campaign against yellow fever in an effort to curb the spread of the disease
The government has reportedly called for more vigilance as Ebola resurfaces in neighboring Liberia and Guinea.
Recently, GE was named a strategic investor by Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, together with companies such as the Dangote Group and Samsung
Drinking alcohol, eating processed meat and being overweight increase the risk of developing stomach cancers, according to a major new scientific report released by the American Institute for Cancer Research and the World Cancer Research Fund.
By 2050, some parts of the US,
and especially California, the
Southwest and the Northeast, could
be experiencing up to 9 extra days a
year of unhealthy ozone levels,
unless emissions are brought under
control. This is the conclusion of
research published in Geophysical