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13/05/20

How to report the science of COVID-19

Coronavirus research done with unprecedented speed

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04/05/20

Mental illness pandemic to follow COVID-19, experts warn

COVID-19 stress will lead to a mental health crisis that the developing world is not prepared for, say scientists.

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24/04/20

Polio, measles outbreaks ‘inevitable’, say vaccine experts

Polio and measles cases will increase, diseases could spread to new areas as COVID-19 halts immunisation programmes.

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03/04/20

Next COVID-19 outbreak ‘predicted via satellite’

Satellite data and machine learning could predict future COVID-19 outbreaks, says a leading environmental …

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02/04/20

Coronavirus deaths ‘need new autopsy technique’

A new autopsy technique aims to protect health professionals by reducing contact with bodies infected with novel …

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20/03/20

Slightly dirty water ‘still ok’ against coronavirus

Handwashing is a crucial coronavirus defence strategy, yet millions have no access to water.

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16/03/20

‘Gender blind’ coronavirus policies could hinder disease fight

Women are on the coronavirus frontlines, but policies often fail to consider how gender and epidemics interact, …

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30/12/19

Climate takes centre stage in global development – 2019 in review

Climate change dominated headlines in 2019 while progress stalled on the SDGs despite breakthroughs.

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05/12/19

Q&A: Africa lacks chronic disease policies - WHO’s Tedros

Countries need to take a proactive approach to healthcare, says WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.

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25/11/19

Q&A: Countries need to prioritise which SDGs to pursue

Setting so many goals for 2030 was “over-optimistic”, says Peter Piot, director of the London School of Hygiene …

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