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World’s first gene-edited babies, created in China, sparks ethical and scientific questions.
Cardiovascular diseases linked to lifestyle are swamping Asia Pacific’s healthcare systems, says report.
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Current global food systems are negatively impacting climate change, says study presented at nutrition meet.
India’s fixed dose formulations against TB and malaria are risky and may lead to drug resistance, says study.
How can health workers on the front line better use high tech, low tech ‒ or no tech? Anita Makri reports from Bellagio.
The 2018 Global Malnutrition Report says adolescent girls are particularly vulnerable to nutrition issues.
FAO and IFPRI backed conference to discuss malnutrition related to hunger as well as obesity and overweight.
Health solutions co-designed with communities are proving more effective, says Vishwajeet Kumar .
A gel developed by Indian scientists may help protect farmers exposed to poorly regulated pesticide use.
Nutrition policy needs to target areas where food isn’t the only challenge, says Zulfiqar Bhutta.
Most cases of autism go undiagnosed in poor countries, but questionnaires could help spot them – if they account for cultural differences.