A decentralized, algorithm-based public health model helped cure over 90 percent of patients with hepatitis C virus infections in Punjab, India.
The largest study of COPD across age groups in China finds that most don’t know they have the chronic lung disease.
Almost 90 percent of Japanese travelers in a small study were found to have picked up antibiotic-resistant bacteria from short trips to Vietnam.
Researchers have used demographic, weather and dengue incidence data to develop models for predicting dengue hemorrhagic fever outbreaks in Thailand.
The rampant sale of unapproved antibiotics in India is threatening global efforts to contain antimicrobial resistance, scientists say.
To mark the 2018 International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we've highlighted seven female scientists who have won international accolades for their research.
Scientists in Hong Kong have detected the gene for colistin-resistance in human, food and environmental samples from Hong Kong and China.
New findings indicate that vaccination could lead to more severe disease in people who have never had a prior dengue infection.
Scientists in Indonesia have reported that only one in five Indonesian women are aware of cervical cancer screening, while only five percent of women are aware of breast cancer screening.