Schools are already making a move in educating their students about fake news.
Diseases threatening Europe include dengue, Lyme disease, malaria, West Nile virus and Zika.
Can the remains of a medieval pilgrim help in scientist learn more about the origins of leprosy?
Roman Empire has a history of over 2,000 years and they are known to have brought in some of the first attempts of real sanitation, back in the day. Romanization was all about bathing, using the toilets and their maintenance so that the feces could be kept away from the streets. However, as “sanitary” as it may seem, it may not have been the healthiest option for the public. According to a latest study published in the journal of Parasitology, Roman toilets, and rotting fish sauce, may have led to spread of parasites all across the continent of Europe,
A recently published study on parasites in Ancient Rome revealed startling evidence of prevalence of parasites across Roman-occupied Europe despite state-of-the-art sanitation technologies and other similar innovations.
Scientists who found H. pylori in Ötzi Iceman's stomach think the migration to Europe happened later in the last 5,000 years.
Scientists feel that dogs originated in South East Asia.
Depending on where you live in Europe, Australia and New Zealand, prices on cancer drugs can vary significantly.
A new report found that by 2030, Ireland will become Europe's fattest nation.
The European Space Agency has successfully launched Sentinel-1A satellite that has been designed to monitor natural disasters such as earthquakes and floods.
Researchers in Portugal have discovered a new species of dinosaur that are being considered as largest land predator of any kind ever found in the entire continent.
Researchers reported that HIV infections have increased in certain regions of Europe and nearby countries.
A new study on prehistoric DNA of dogs suggests that our canine-loving friends were first domesticated in Europe. The new research, based on a genetic analysis of ancient and modern dog and wolf samples, points to a European origin at least 18,000 years ago.
In a new report, two German doctors reported that the Syrian polio outbreak could be a major threat to Europe.
The wireless pacemaker was just approved within the European Union.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.