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Virtual reality isn’t just for video games anymore. It’s revolutionising medicine, including the way we manage pain.
Girls in Kenya’s Narok County will also be made to reveal the identities of babies’ fathers.
You made it through the year. Kick back, relax and take a read through the 2018 that was.
The investigation of an independent panel recommends reviewing whether UNAids executive director Michel Sidibé should continue in his role.
Chinese scientist He Jiankui claims to have engineered the world’s first genetically-modified babies. Did he unleash one of science’s worst fears?
Report unearths neglect in Kenyan institutions, yet discrimination means children may be at risk of being killed if they remain in communities
We could be just months away from knowing whether Depo-Provera use is linked to a higher risk of HIV infection in women.
Globally, one in four private healthcare groups surveyed won’t work with governments.
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.
Few governments are prepared to care for the people forced to leave their countries as a result of conflict or climate change. Here's why.
Zion Medical can't explain the poor treatment Ugandan patients got as part of its 'trial' and its recent announcement may have added to the harm.
The Swedish model, legalisation, decriminalisation — does the sex work debate leave you confused? Look no further.
Ugandan campaigners are warned they will break the country's anti-homosexuality law if they open the safe space.
The Life Esidimeni tragedy makes headlines again in a new global report.
Here's how northwest Kenya gets nomadic families to health services.
Scroll down to read the latest trial results as part of our live blog from the UN's recent high level meeting on TB
Ramaphosa and Motsoaledi are expected to draw high praise at a UN meeting this week. Find out why.
Turns out it takes a village to raise a child but also to protect them.
In many ways, violence is like cholera, passing from person to person and treating it in similar ways is working to reduce it.
Take a look at the newest HIV treatment set to hit South Africa's shores in 2019.
Men who have sex with men can now take on-demand pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, safely.
Researchers once again confirmed: It’s impossible for HIV-positive people on treatment to transmit the virus through sex — this time among gay men.
Scientists studied soldiers with PTSD and even children who'd witnessed a great tragedy. Did they unlock the secrets of resilience?
In the war on women's bodies, the casualties stretch far beyond US' 50 states.
Speaking more than one language could lead to better tests scores and even being a more empathetic person.
Maternal deaths in developing regions would fall by 73% if all women had access to contraception and maternal healthcare, shows new research.
"Women are blamed for infertility when, in fact, as we know from research, it is quite often on the man’s side.”
Every year, hundreds of thousands of children die gasping for air. This could help to change that.
Are social media algorithms designed to prey the mental health of women and people of colour?
Medical doctors and traditional healers often struggle to trust each other. But in this rural KZN community they learned how to work together.
Anna Dahlqvist reflects on a short history of a messy 'problem', or how the world taught you to fear your period.
A 'foreign threat’ could be a convenient boogeyman in an election season where politicians will face questions about their failures. Or not?
Bhekisisa means "to scrutinise" in Zulu
In South Africa, Zulu patients who would like to be thoroughly assessed by a doctor, would ask the physician to "bhekisisa" them.