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The association between air pollution and likelihood of developing long COVID were also stronger for specific long COVID symptoms – particularly those relating to respiratory health, such as shortness of breath.

New study reveals link between air pollution exposure in young adults and long COVID symptoms

Although COVID-19 infections are typically less severe in young adults, that doesn’t mean they aren’t still at risk of complications from COVID-19

International Women’s Day (IWD) takes place on 8 March every year, and is devoted to celebrating the achievements of women and seeking equity and equality.

International Women’s Day: 4 ways inclusive innovation systems can accelerate gender equality

By: EBR | Monday, March 6, 2023

As countries move to make bigger investments in their innovation ecosystems, an opportunity arises to ensure they are gender-transformative

Globally, an estimated 400-475 million people live with a rare disease, most of whom will never be diagnosed.

Rare diseases: how can we improve diagnosis and treatment?

By: EBR | Monday, March 6, 2023

For people living with rare diseases, the first hurdle is finding a diagnosis

The snow leopard, also known as Panthera Uncia, is one of the rarest mammals and keystone species there. It is proclaimed as ’king of snow mountains’.

Bridging the gap: rethinking business and finance in wildlife conservation

By: EBR | Friday, March 3, 2023

Since 1970, there has been a 69% decline in species populations; this human-driven loss is at such a scale that it puts every species at risk

According to a WHO estimate, nearly 10.6 million people fell ill with TB in 2021 worldwide, out of which there were about six million men, about 3.4 million women and about 1.2 million children. Over 1.6 million people died from TB in 2021, making it the 13th leading cause of death worldwide and the second leading cause of death by an infectious disease after COVID-19.

TB prevention and management post-COVID-19 - how to protect the vulnerable

By: EBR | Thursday, March 2, 2023

Every day, about 4,400 people worldwide die from Tuberculosis (TB) and about 30,000 people become ill from this disease, which is both preventable and curable

Southern European states have in many ways upgraded their focus on democracy and the empirical record shows they are not complete outliers, although they are still not among the states most enthusiastic about democracy support.

Reassessing Southern EU Democracy Support: The Security Dilemma

By: EBR | Tuesday, February 28, 2023

Southern European states have long been considered the laggards of EU democracy support


The importance and relevance of the contribution of Marketing since the beginning of the pandemic until today becomes imperative and necessary as the required care and protection of vulnerable social categories and population groups lay at the heart of political discussions and a broader public dialogue aimed at finding ways to relieve these groups, always in the context of an organized and well-planned Management Policy.

The Relationship between Marketing and Economic Prosperity

By: EBR | Thursday, February 23, 2023

It is known that the design of Marketing Policies is primarily related to the satisfaction and updating of the needs of Society, considering each time the new data and rearrangements that arise and are observed in the critical field of Society

 The great hope for accelerating the pace of innovation now lies in artificial intelligence (AI).

How can AI support human creativity? Here’s what a new study found

By: EBR | Tuesday, February 21, 2023

Artificial intelligence (AI) can lead us to new insights and accelerate the pace of innovation

This is where artificial intelligence (AI) comes into play, because it allows researchers to quickly and accurately design and assess potential drugs.

Here’s how AI can help in the fight against antibiotic resistance

By: EBR | Thursday, February 16, 2023

Since the discovery of penicillin in the late 1920s, antibiotics have “revolutionized medicine and saved millions of lives.” Unfortunately, the effectiveness of antibiotics is now threatened by the increase of antibiotic-resistant bacteria globally

The discussion on the EU’s next climate target is about to erupt and the EU’s modelling is in need of an urgent review.

Is the EU ready for the next big climate battle?

By: EBR | Tuesday, February 14, 2023

The EU needs more accurate modelling tools for its climate policies, as the current information is often not up-to-date and does not reflect the rapid development in green technologies

With over 40% of the world’s population affected by water scarcity conditions, the Water Conference could focus on developing countries severely impacted by water scarcity. And why not? Water scarcity is a massive issue in developing countries.

This is why we can’t dismiss water scarcity in the US

By: EBR | Tuesday, February 14, 2023

The United Nations Water Conference will be held in New York in March this year and is the first UN meeting solely about water since 1977

The EU, in the meantime, was too concentrated on its own crises to respond—whether by the logic of geopolitics or the reform-driven progress logic of enlargement.

The EU Must Reconcile Geopolitics and Democracy

By: EBR | Thursday, February 9, 2023

To make enlargement work, the EU has to marry geopolitics to democracy

Davos’s problem is its global agenda; this is spread so thin that little emerges of practical value

Unloved it may be, but there’s a strong case for a ’Euro-Davos’

By: EBR | Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Do we really need Davos? This year’s meeting of the World Economic Forum has triggered more heated arguments than ever

The artificial intelligence (AI) field has seen incredible growth in the last five years because it has provided new capabilities to mitigate uncertainty by leveraging data to rapidly respond to changing environments as quickly as new data comes in.

3 AI predictions for 2023 and beyond, according to an AI expert

By: EBR | Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Companies seeking to harness AI must overcome key societal concerns

Although the mix of remote and in-person work can be challenging, hybrid has emerged as a legacy of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Here’s how companies should approach hybrid working in 2023

By: EBR | Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Hybrid work is here to stay

For the moment, however, and with the partial exception of climate change, the main actors in Britain’s national drama are engaged in small, scrappy arguments, frightened of large ideas that rise to the challenges the UK faces.

Who Will Repair Broken Britain?

By: EBR | Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Any serious analysis of the UK’s current condition starts with Brexit; and so will the argument that follows. But, as we shall see, Britain’s problems don’t end there—and, indeed, didn’t begin there

Creativity is often defined as the generation of ideas or insights that are novel and useful. That is, creative thoughts are original and unexpected, but also feasible and useful.

How to unlock your creativity – even if you see yourself as a conventional thinker

By: EBR | Thursday, January 26, 2023

Many people believe that creative thinking is difficult and a talent that only some people have, but it is actually a skill that can be strengthened

Companies can seize this moment to re-envision and contribute to a fairer and more inclusive society for all.

Why better reporting on racial and ethnic equity can improve diversity and inclusion outcomes

By: EBR | Monday, January 23, 2023

When it comes to racial and ethnic equity strategy within diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts, one size does not fit all

Cross-border data flows are increasingly becoming an arena for friction between states and for frustration among businesses. Fragmented regulatory regimes are holding back what should be an even more transformative — and life-enhancing — digital revolution.

We must enhance cross-border data flows — here’s why

By: EBR | Tuesday, January 17, 2023

The world economy is going digital at a head-spinning rate

"The metaverse is at an early stage in its development, and it’s important to recognize and incorporate foundational elements of inclusion, diversity and equity, such as broad representation and making experiences and opportunities relevant and valuable for all groups."

5 ways to shape an inclusive and equitable metaverse

By: EBR | Thursday, January 12, 2023

The metaverse has the potential to be a revolutionary, inclusive technology

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