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Mali joins the ranks of countries such as Sierra Leone, South Africa & Burkina Faso to provide free healthcare to moms and tots.
We are facing possibly the greatest health threat of our time: drug-resistant infections. But here's why there's hope the world can change course.
The virus’ resurgence, this time in a city of more than one-million people could set the scene for a fast-spreading disaster.
Why the world is just waking up to the power of immunisations to tackle this infectious disease and how we’re learning more with every rainy season.
International insecticide brand Mortein claims that Nigeria contributes 23% of the world’s malaria cases. Does the figure hit the mark?
Every dollar spent on vaccines brings a 16-fold return on investment — and up to $44 for every dollar if broader benefits are taken into account.
This year wasn’t pretty but from its ashes may rise important scientific advances that could change the course of history.
Poor people who have fled their countries are expected to pay steep rates for treatment at government hospitals in Gauteng.
The country's yellow fever outbreak is a timely reminder that African countries can't get complacent with their vaccination efforts.
Refugees can flee their countries, but they can't escape the trauma of war.
African ministers are taking new steps to provide vaccines for children who don't have access.
Malaria medication is being accidentally wasted on other conditions.
Only six out of ten Angolan children have been vaccinated against yellow fever.
Now the fight is on to eliminate the illness entirely – and save those still at the mercy of the mosquito.
Panic surrounding the Ebola virus has affected healthcare workers and has led to the discrimination against patients suspected of being infected.