The FINANCIAL -- Every US$ 1 invested in scaling up treatment for depression and anxiety leads to a return of US$ 4 in better health and ability to work, according to a new WHO-led study which estimates, for the first time, both the health and economic benefits of investing in treatment of the most common forms of mental illness globally. The study, published on April 13 in “The Lancet ...

The FINANCIAL -- The University of Liverpool’s Institute of Infection and Global Health has been awarded more than £500K as part of an initiative to help tackle the current Zika virus outbreak in ...

The FINANCIAL -- Two southern states find success in suppressing illegal contact lens sales through strategic partnerships and vigilant doctors, highlighting the integral role optometrists play in ...

The FINANCIAL -- The smoking rate for 18- to 29-year-olds in the U.S. has dropped 12 percentage points to 22% over the past decade, more than twice the drop seen for any other age group. In the early ...