A new report from the United Kingdom highlights the medical dangers of designer drugs: substances that mimic traditional drugs but are made from a different set of ingredients and therefore go unregulated.
As the benefits of India’s low-income public insurance scheme grow, critics say that more can be done to keep the nation’s poorest citizens healthy.
The technology bug that lets users bypass internet security systems, Heartbleed could affect the health care industry by accessing sensitive patient data.
A new report from Doctors Without Borders argues that positive rhetoric about health care in Afghanistan masks a growing state of serious medical need.
Austerity measures in Greece have caused much damage to the nation’s health system, according to a recent study in The Lancet.
The news network Al Jazeera has announced an eight-part documentary exploring the positive work of health care professionals in eliminating diseases such as polio, leprosy, River Blindness and more.
New discussion involving the Chief Medical Officer to the UK reopens the ongoing debate about the optimum period of fertility for women in England and Wales.
As the Indonesian government begins to implement its JKN universal health insurance scheme, some hospitals and health advocates question if the policy is financially viable.
Most U.S. citizens will be required to hold health coverage starting on March 31, but some may be eligible to buy a policy later in the year or avoid that mandate altogether.
A recently published report indicates that children with peanut allergies might be able to reduce their peanut intolerance after closely monitored periods of ingesting small amounts of peanut protein.