Health is much bigger than ourselves. And it starts with our pets.
Tropical vector-borne diseases disproportionately affect the poorest nations in the world. To truly tackle them we need a holistic, collaborative approach.
Globally, aging populations are posing big challenges for healthcare systems; together, new technology and old techniques offer the opportunity to manage them.
The first month after giving birth can be an overwhelming experience for new mothers. Having the right support in place is vital.
Mosquitoes are the world’s most deadly animal, rapidly spreading lethal diseases around the world. What can we do to stop them?
Pet owners have long known animals bring health and happiness, but could doctors soon be recommending animal interaction for more people?
Preventing the bites of sand flies is crucial in stopping the spread of leishmaniasis, an infectious disease that affects both people and their pets.
We often see the heart and the kidneys as independent organs but the two are far more closely interconnected than you might think.
Maintaining the health and well-being of farm animals is hugely important. Technology is increasingly playing a central role in supporting that.
The explosion in patient data has the potential to revolutionize how we treat cancer – but the big data solution still faces huge logistical challenges.