World Health Organization
One in 10 medications in poor countries are fake, World Health Organization finds.
The infants missed out on the first dose of a combined vaccine against three possibly fatal diseases.
Some public health experts fear that losing the "international emergency" label could slow research into the virus.
The World Health Organization said infertility should not be regarded as simply a medical condition.
More than 200 health experts wrote an open letter in May calling for the games to be postponed or relocated because of the Zika outbreak.
Diabetes has exploded in developing countries as poor workers go from hard labor to "sedentary lifestyles."
The virus is back, one day after the WHO declared active transmission had ended.
The organization did not declare the virus to be a global emergency until five months after outbreaks were reported.
And despite what you may have read, neither is nearly as bad for you as smoking cigarettes.
Eating processed meat can cause bowel cancer in humans; red meat is a likely cause of the disease.
37 million people worldwide should be on treatment.
The new report from the WHO and the U.N. found a 60 percent reduction in malaria deaths.
Genetic engineering will enable industrial-scale production of a previously hard-to-make pharmaceutical.
Data from a trial in Guinea showed a vaccine was 100 percent effective.
The panel is calling for immediate reform after an inadequate response to West Africa's deadly Ebola outbreak.
Less than 2 percent of all Ebola donations went to front-line medical staff in Sierra Leone.
The country has had dozens of new Ebola cases reported weekly.
The World Health Organization fears rapid urbanization and climate change will contribute to the spread of tropical diseases.
That's nearly 40 percent of the total