These changes will bring new opportunities and challenges.
In almost all countries people who often spend time with their friends report to be happier than those who spend less time with friends.
According to the new Wellcome Global Monitor, most people (92%) globally think vaccines are important for children to have.
This imbalance in the male and female population can in some cases be traced back to birth: in some countries the number of boys and girls born each year is significantly skewed.
On any average day 15,000 children who are younger than 5 years die. Are there preventions or treatments that could save their lives?
Living conditions are vastly unequal between different places in our world today.
While a geographical map is helpful if you want to find your way around the world, a population cartogram is the representation that we need if we want to know where our fellow humans are at home.
In both detection and treatment, we’re seeing progress.
What does income inequality by gender look like at the very top of the income distribution? Is there a ‘glass ceiling’ preventing women from reaching the top? How has this changed over time?
Looking at the data on democratic nations and life expectancy.
25 important questions that will help us find solutions to the plastic crisis.
The average person in the world is 4.4-times richer than in 1950. But beyond the global average, how did incomes change in countries around the world? And why should we care about the growth of incomes?
Media sources not so much. Google searches are a better predictor.
Some perspective on the gender distribution of work.