The Better Care Fund, created by the Department of Health and NHS, has been a total failure, says a report.
Graphic images on cigarette boxes do not stop smokers from lighting up, study says.
A leaked report revealed that a home-schooled boy in Wales died from scurvy without the benefit of welfare intervention from the government.
Widespread outbreaks of mosquito-borne Zika virus in the Caribbean and Latin America prompted Jamaica’s health ministry to counsel women on delaying or postponing pregnancy in fear of Zika-linked neurological defects in babies.
British Prime Minister announced funding commitment worth almost £1 billion (US$1.5 billion) to mental health care in the next five years as part of ‘social reforms agenda’.
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According to a new study, the child death rates have fallen the greatest in the poorest families from developing nations.
More needs to be done to help improve the diet of Indigenous Australians, according to a new paper examining recent national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health policy.
The ability to believe your own lies may be the secret to successful deception, according to a new study.
In China, officials are now banned from smoking in public.
The government plans on regulating hand and face donors.
A new Global Slavery Index reported that 30 million people still live like slaves throughout the world.
The NIH reported that for every week the government is shut down, nearly 200 patients will be turned away from new clinical trials.
Researchers reported that the more a nation spent on health care, the lower the cancer mortality rate became.
In a new study, researchers found that the Tips program funded by the U.S. helped at least 100,000 smokers quit.