Saturday July 11th is World Population Day, and Caitlin R Williams explains why observing this international health day is more important than ever before.
New research demonstrates that livestock can be exposed to rabies virus and survive. Scientists have detected rabies virus neutralizing antibodies in livestock… Read more »
Strengthening National Health Research Systems has long been a goal of WHO. Now, the COVID-19 pandemic adds additional urgency. To accompany the recent article… Read more »
Bats have been identified as reservoir host for Leishmania parasites in Spain.
With pubs reopening in England this last weekend after a three-month lockdown, people have rushed to town centers for their social night out. Feeling pressured… Read more »
While there has been incremental progress, the gender gap in movies is still quite wide. Utilizing subtitles and information from IMDB for over 15,000 movies,… Read more »
An eight year study, conducted in Zhalong National Nature Reserve, shows how the common cuckoo decides when to lay an egg in the nest of the Oriental willow… Read more »
Water fluoridation is a measure to prevent caries, a disease of significant public health importance. Caries, when not managed, result in pain and discomfort… Read more »
LGBTQ2S+ people continue to experience poorer health outcomes, compared to the general population, a consequence of healthcare disparities. At the end of Pride… Read more »