A new report published by the World Health Organisation addresses the worldwide need for increased focus on palliative care - especially in low income and developing countries.
U.S. retail giant Target’s recent health coverage announcement has stoked fears that the Affordable Care Act could lead to a reduction of hours and benefits for full time employees around the nation.
Blood loss kills thousands of women every year, but better blood donation programs have the potential to reduce mother and infant mortality.
Later this year, Dubai will begin rolling out its first stage of legislation mandating that employers provide health coverage to employees and dependents, including foreign workers.
A recent report outlines global expectations for the medical sectors in countries such as Mexico, Germany, India and more.
A new report shines light on the challenges and changes that health care sectors may see in 2014 all across the globe.
Statins are widely used as a preventative treatment for those judged to be at risk of heart attacks or stroke. UK authorities are now proposing the drug treatment be extended to take in those at an even lower risk.
On World Health Day 2014, WHO highlights the issue of illnesses spread by insects.
The World Health Organization is asking for input on a set of draft guidelines that recommend adults consume no more than 6 teaspoons of sugar per day.
According to research from the Department of Health and Human Services, nursing care must do more to stop accidental harm to patients, much of which is preventable.