This year, for the first time ever, the World Health Organization has released a report outlining standards of hepatitis C screening, diagnosis and treatment
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.
Blood loss kills thousands of women every year, but better blood donation programs have the potential to reduce mother and infant mortality.
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.
In December, the World Health Organization brought attention to the rights of mental health patients on Human Rights Day, 2013.
On World AIDS Day 2013, the World Health Organization focused on the issue of children and teens under 18 who need better access to HIV testing and treatment.
As the Philippines struggles to recover from one of the largest weather events on record, Typhoon Haiyan, medical personnel work hard to treat storm injuries and everyday medical issues.
For the first time ever, the World Health Organization has approved a Chinese vaccine for U.N. distribution.
While many developing economies are frequently criticised for ignoring the health risks associated with pollution, research indicates that more developed western countries are also putting people’s health at risk by failing to address the health consequences of air pollution.