The Lancet

 
People are still being shackled and tortured for living with this disease
People are still being shackled and tortured for living with this disease
Mental illness is on the rise, especially among the world’s young — with devastating consequences, a new report released today reveals.
[FROM OUR ARCHIVES] Anti-vaxxers alive in South Africa; risking children's lives
[FROM OUR ARCHIVES] Anti-vaxxers alive in South Africa; risking children's lives
Nearly a third of South African children are not vaccinated, placing them at risk of catching serious diseases. This is, in part, because parents are...
Health financing crisis threatens developing countries, experts say
Health financing crisis threatens developing countries, experts say
Millions of people in developing countries are at risk of going without even the most basic health services as a result of low domestic health...
The cries SA can't ignore
The cries SA can't ignore
Few people have a better view of the benefits of proper care, stimulation and nutrition of children under five years of age -- and of the perils of...
ME study reveals benefits of exercise
ME study reveals benefits of exercise
The biggest study of treatments for myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), also known as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), has found that more people...
Medical journal retracts autism paper 12 years on
Medical journal retracts autism paper 12 years on
The Lancet medical journal on Tuesday formally retracted a paper that caused a 12-year international battle over links between the three-in-one childhood vaccine MMR and autism....

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