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Trigger warning: don’t read this when you’re eating. The common house fly could pose a health risk if it lands on your food.
Algerian pharmaceutical boom paves way to health security
Algeria has become one of Africa's leading pharmaceutical producers. More than 2.5 billion euros worth of medicines were produced last year. Some 200 production units cover nearly 70% of the country's generic needs. Which is helping to provide health security in the country and region.
How limb-regenerating salamanders could help humans heal wounds
Scientists think the salamander's genes hold the secret to regenerating body tissue.
This bionic hand can be updated remotely anytime, anywhere
British prosthetics manufacturer Covvi convinced Australian Paralympian Jessica Smith to try this bionic hand, which can be updated remotely according to her needs.
Can uterus transplants help transgender women get pregnant?
Uterus transplants are pushing the boundaries of pregnancy and fuelling hopes among transgender women.
No borders for diseases or EU patients
One thing that the Covid-19 pandemic categorically demonstrated to the world was that disease does not recognise borders. So why should EU patients? By sharing cross-border health data doctors can now treat patients from other member states by using Patient Summary services and e-prescriptions.
EU implements 21st cross-border healthcare
As Covid-19 swept across the globe, one factor became blindlingly obvious: disease does not recognise borders. The EU is implementing digital initiatives in all member states to ensure high quality cross-border healthcare for consenting EU citizens, wherever they become ill or injured.
Where in Europe is assisted dying legal?
France has announced that it will debate euthanasia. Euronews Next examines the regulations around assisted suicide in the European Union.
Want to age gracefully? Take some tips from the naked mole rat
Researchers are studying naked mole rats to try and unlock their anti-ageing, anti-illness secrets - and help people suffering with arthritis.
This city in Finland is giving residents a ‘planetary’ prescription
Five participants in the city of Lahti were put on a two-month ‘planetary health plan’ to see if making greener choices could be good for their wellbeing.
Beyond condoms: How birth control is now becoming a male affair
From a male birth control pill to reversible vasectomy and a hormonal shoulder gel: what’s in the works for male contraceptives?
This blood test can spot cancer before you show any symptoms
The Galleri blood test can detect cancers that don’t currently have routine screening methods.
How tech innovations changed the world during Queen Elizabeth’s reign
From the Moon-walk to the Internet, vaccines and social media: these are the key innovations of Elizabeth II’s reign.
Justin Bieber cancels tour dates; what we can learn from his example
Cancelling tours, not promoting films and quitting social media; why we should all copy the examples of these celebrities
Could immunity boosting foods also be good for the planet?
Researchers in Australia looked at more than 2,000 recommendations to determine their impact on the planet.
Woman who can ‘smell’ Parkinson’s helps develop new quick test
The breakthrough could pave the way to better diagnosis and management of patients with Parkinson’s disease, for which there is currently no simple test.
The shape of things to come for cross-border healthcare in the EU
With a massive increase of mobility within the EU, the European Health Data Space is set to play a leading role in facilitating the exchange of EU citizens cross-border health-data.
The Future of Health-Data and Cross-Border Healthcare in The EU
With a massive increase of mobility within the EU, the European Health Data Space is set to play a leading role in facilitating the exchange of EU citizens cross-border #health-data.
How was your day? This robot might finally get children to answer
Would you confide in this robot? Some children shared information with it that they didn’t share before.
This brain tumour-survivor is trekking North Africa’s highest peak
Matt’s tumour went unnoticed for nearly a decade. After years of neurosurgery and chemotherapy, he’s climbing a mountain.
Spanish NGO pushes for Europe's first tobacco-free generation
Spanish public health NGO NoFumadores wants the European Commission to legislate to "save new generations from falling into tobacco addiction".
Is vaccinating wildlife the solution to preventing the next pandemic?
Scientists suggest that vaccinating wildlife might break the chain of transmission of zoonotic diseases like COVID, monkeypox and rabies.
Good News: Just a two-minute walk after a meal is very good for you
Stay positive – in some places, thanks to some people and some institutions, the world is getting better.
Scientists have found a way to break down toxic 'forever chemicals'
"Forever chemicals" don’t break down naturally in the environment, aren’t eaten by bacteria, and cannot be incinerated.
‘Forever chemicals’: What exactly are PFAS and why are they a problem?
We asked an expert about the health risks associated with forever chemicals and what can be done to prevent future PFAS pollution.
Drinking 3 cups of milk a day could prevent Alzheimer's, study says
Researchers found that older adults drinking 3 cups of milk a day had higher levels of an antioxidant that helps detox the brain.