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Afghanistan's new Taliban government faces an early test as a humanitarian crisis lurks on the horizon.

by Julie Ray

The inaugural Hologic Global Women's Health Index shows that during the first year of the pandemic, most women worldwide said they weren't tested for diseases and conditions that harm or kill millions every year.

In the U.S., 7% of adults report at least one instance in the prior three months when they did not have enough money to pay for prescribed drugs for their household.

Learn about a company whose emphasis on employee engagement and CliftonStrengths has helped it thrive during the pandemic.

E-cigarettes are an increasingly popular alternative to tobacco products, especially among young adults -- but how many Americans vape regularly?

Americans have become slightly less likely to say they drink alcoholic beverages, and those who imbibe are drinking less, on average.

Americans' use of cigarettes remains near its record low point. Fewer U.S. adults say they vape, and they are disproportionately young.

by Sara Viviani and Julie Ray

The latest "State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World" report shows major setbacks in food insecurity and malnutrition during the pandemic.

Many leaders have always shown a concern for their worker's health and wellbeing. But recent trends show that women's wellbeing is struggling.

The world in the first full year of the COVID-19 pandemic was a sadder, angrier, more worried and more stressed-out place than it has been at any point in years, but women with young children at home most of all.

2020 was the most stressful year in recent history. A record-high 40% of adults worldwide said they experienced stress during a lot of the previous day.

Before rushing to build team and employee wellbeing, managers should first take steps to bolster their own resilience.

U.S. children are experiencing far less boredom, stress and anger than they did in March 2020, according to parents' reports of their children's emotions.

An estimated 59.2% of U.S. adults rate their lives well enough to be categorized as "thriving" exceeding the previous record-high estimate of 57.3% from 2017.

Organisations in Australia and New Zealand are closer to economic recovery than most. Here's how they can capitalise on their position.

More than anywhere else in the world, people in the Middle East and North Africa said COVID-19 affected their lives a lot.

A snapshot of global workplace trends: Here's what we know about employee life evaluations in South, East and Southeast Asia.