Persistent cognitive issues and the troubling brain scans of recovering COVID-19 patients have led researchers to explore whether coronavirus infection ups the risk of developing Alzheimer’s. 

Results from randomized trials have a lot of sway in how global health resources are spent—but most of them report data in a way that is potentially misleading, according to a new

For decades, discussing gender-based violence in Sudan was out of the question—and data on the topic sorely lacking, 

American’s life expectancy dropped 1.5 years in 2020—to 77 years, 4 months.

Health workforces in wealthy countries lean heavily on staff from the global South—and demand is only rising as health worker deaths from COVID-19 add to wealthy countries’ demand for foreign health workers.  

New Lancet research offers the first comprehensive analysis of the growing footprint of

The death toll is 103 and rising from massive flash floods that caught Germany and its western neighbors off guard, as once-in-a-century rains weaponized swollen rivers and carved a path of destruction through ill-prepared villages,

The US FDA warned yesterday that the single-shot Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine has been linked in very rare instances to Guillain-Barré syndrome.  

Haiti: Doctors Dodging Bullets  

COVID-19 deaths of those incarcerated in the US may be significantly higher than the official total of about 2,700, according to a New York Times investigation that found dozens of deaths that went unrecorded.