Colorectal cancer is common and can affect anyone. However, there are things we can do to reduce the risk, starting with setting the record straight on myths about foods and prevention.
Recently there have been increasing reports that coronavirus vaccines have caused period irregularities in women. Are these all just rumors? Find out more about the current state of research.
Coronavirus vaccines, like any pharmaceuticals, may have side effects. Here you’ll find an overview of how frequent side effects are for each specific vaccine.
Climate change is one of the greatest challenges facing humanity, and each of us has a responsibility to take climate action. Find out what you can do and how climate change affects global health.
Office and work life was changing even before the coronavirus pandemic. Now the lockdown has introduced completely new ways of working, and it seems they are here to stay.
The first coronavirus vaccines have been approved, and more are on the way. Vaccinating an entire nation is the next challenge. Data4Life explains the process and who will get vaccinated first.
Even though people over 70 have experienced a lot in life, old age can come with many new challenges. This interview offers insights on what the coronavirus pandemic is like for the elderly.
Children and adolescents are not immune to loneliness. It can be either a symptom or a trigger for other issues. In this article, Data4Life sheds light on what to look out for and what can help.
It’s important to protect yourself during the pandemic. While most of us know about social distancing and wearing masks, many underestimate the risk of infection when touching common objects.
Presumably, young, healthy people had little to fear from the coronavirus pandemic. Now there is increasing evidence of people experiencing prolonged illness after COVID-19. This is one man’s story.
The novel coronavirus affects us all. And yet coronavirus infections in children have many special characteristics of their own. Data4Life gives you an overview of everything you need to know.
People in the United States are ready to support medical research by donating their health data. In Germany, this shift in public opinion is yet to come.
When it comes to period tracking, the modern woman stopped relying on pen and paper a long time ago. Smartphones have become an all-rounder with helpful tools and apps.