RSPH calls for clean-up of public attitudes to hygiene - reaction commentTuesday 25 June 2019
The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) has published a new report, Too Clean or Not Too Clean?, calling for an end to the myth that some people are being too hygienic for their own good.
Director-General of the World Health Organization visits the MRC/UVRI and LSHTM Uganda Research UnitFriday 21 June 2019
Survey reveals European region has lowest vaccine confidence – Wellcome Global Monitor harnesses LSHTM expertiseWednesday 19 June 2019
Peter Piot comment on Ebola outbreak in DRC not being declared an 'international emergency'Friday 14 June 2019
The outbreak, which is the second largest on record and this week crossed the border in to Uganda, has led to 2,108 cases and 1,411 deaths so far.
Queen recognises Professor Charlotte Watts’ contributions to global health and international development in Birthday HonoursMonday 10 June 2019
LSHTM’s Chris Whitty appointed new Chief Medical Officer for EnglandThursday 6 June 2019
More than one million new cases of sexually transmitted infections every dayThursday 6 June 2019
These STIs have a profound impact on the health of adults and children worldwide.
Limiting climate change to 2⁰ Celsius in U.S cities could prevent thousands of heat-related deathsThursday 6 June 2019
GM fungus rapidly kills malaria mosquitoes – expert commentFriday 31 May 2019
The research involved a team from the University of Maryland and Burkina Faso conducting the first outside-of-a-laboratory trial of a transgenic method for combating malaria.