A special drugs issue of The Lancet says doctors need to protect drug users from politicians who take a punitive approach.
Due a to a misconfigured server, a researcher found a constant stream of Elsevier users’ passwords.
Medical marijuana is somewhat legal in 25 states so this isn't very surprising.
A trial found that adding a VR component to treadmill training resulted in 42 percent fewer falls.
China is the epicenter of the global tobacco epidemic, says a major study — a catastrophic public health crisis driven by a mammoth national industry and pervasive myths about smoking.
The preliminary results from a new Ebola vaccine look very promising.
A new report, published in a leading British medical journal, says climate change could set back advances in public health by 50 years — but addressing it could be the greatest opportunity to improve human health worldwide.
British researchers say stringent IMF lending policies left Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea with underfunded health systems and a shortage of doctors.
Canada's new anti-sex work bill is one step away from becoming a law. We caught up with experts to discuss how it could cause a host of problems for those in the sex industry.
When cooking is culture, asking 3 billion people to do things your way is asking a lot.
In order to lower HIV rates worldwide, countries should make improving the circumstances of sex workers a top priority.