There are over 1 billion disabled people in the world (WHO, 2011), making up around 15% of the global population, a community that has grown as a consequence of the…Read More >
Drive-throughs – services that let people order and collect food and drink without needing to leave their cars – are designed with convenience in mind. Whether it’s oppressively hot, uncomfortably cold,…Read More >
The severe and devastating consequences of the coronavirus pandemic were undoubtedly made worse by a substantial lack of pandemic preparedness, with the exception of East and South East Asia, which…Read More >
If history is anything to go by, there will be both economic winners and losers from the current public health emergency, writes Professor Adrian Bell in a new post for…Read More >
Professor Graham Box unpicks how soft drinks companies twisted the evidence on the harmful effects of sugar in a recent post he co-authored for The Conversation.
While most of us were tucking into our Christmas dinners, Dr Sakthi Vaiyapuri was travelling around southern India teaching people how to avoid being bitten by venomous snakes. He talked…Read More >