Going viral spreads right message

Social media is a powerful tool which can be put to work reaching young audiences with a positive HIV message, writes Stephen Armstrong

Shortest life expectancy in world

The small, southern African kingdom of Swaziland is roughly the same size as Wales. It is blessed with a variety of landscapes, including mountains, savannah and rainforests – natural beauty that belies the significant economic and social problems the country faces, writes Lilian Anekwe

The world leader with a mission to heal the sick and banish HIV

Executive director of UNAids Michel Sidibé tells Rowenna Davis of his hope and fears for the future, and how HIV can be an opportunity

A cancer coming in from the cold

It’s a disease that affects men and many are reluctant to seek diagnosis, but awareness of prostate cancer is rising along with survival rates, writes Liz Bestic

Life with cancer and fighting back

Being diagnosed with prostate cancer is a hammer blow, but the disease is not always fatal, a survivor tells Judy Hobson

Grow a moustache to raise money and cancer awareness

From growing a moustache for Movember to sponsored bike rides, people all over the country are getting involved, as Ellie Broughton discovers

Pathways are step closer to health

At every stage of care, a man diagnosed with prostate cancer should have access to appropriate clinical expertise, writes Peter Archer

Thinking big comes to crunch time

The computing power of the cloud is perfectly suited for the Herculean task of crunching big data, writes Rod Newing