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The benefits of pets – how the human-animal bond is evolving

Pet owners have long known animals bring health and happiness, but could doctors soon be recommending animal interaction for more people?

Think global, act local: Our public health fight against tropical diseases

Tropical vector-borne diseases disproportionately affect the poorest nations in the world. To truly tackle them we need a holistic, collaborative approach.

80 is the new 60: Staying healthy in an aging world

Globally, aging populations are posing big challenges for healthcare systems; together, new technology and old techniques offer the opportunity to manage them.

Small is bountiful: Why smallholder farmers feed our future

Smallholder farmers service an astonishing amount of the global food need; helping them take advantage of modern farming practices helps everyone.

Fields of the future: The new era of digital farming

Digital technology is changing the face of agriculture, helping farmers get the best out of their fields while minimizing the environmental impact.

Our pandemic plight: Combating the spread of neglected tropical diseases

Mosquitoes are the world’s most deadly animal, rapidly spreading lethal diseases around the world. What can we do to stop them?

Feeling sick? What causes a cold and how you can prevent it

We’ve all caught a cold but most of us know very little about what it actually is, why we suffer the symptoms we do and what are the most effective ways to prevent one.

One Health: Why our well-being is tied to our pets’

Health is much bigger than ourselves. And it starts with our pets.

Saving the earth: How to sustainably boost soil health

Soil is essential to producing the food we eat. Unless we act now we could lose it in a generation.

Leishmaniasis: The disease that hurts both people and their pets

Preventing the bites of sand flies is crucial in stopping the spread of leishmaniasis, an infectious disease that affects both people and their pets.


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