A balanced approach to data protection in research will boost patient health, writes Richard Bergström.
A healthy brain is Europe's platform for national wealth, argues David Nutt.
COP 21 climate deal: Only the best agreement in Paris will do, writes Hubert Mandery.
Standards have a key role to play in supporting the EU's digital single market, writes Elena Santiago Cid.
The veterinary medicines package is an opportunity to boost Europe's innovative prowess, writes Roxane Feller.
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The EU must face up to the 'staggering' social and economic costs of musculoskeletal disorders, says Andreas Schwarting.
The EU must 'take the lead' in tackling alcohol-related harm, writes Mariann Skar.
The EU's alcohol strategy sets the 'right priorities' and needs only reinvigorating, not reinventing, urges Pierre-Olivier Bergeron.
The EU must push for a better alignment between Europe's work and health agendas, writes Klaus Machold
The Fit for Work checklist aims to keep muscle and joint pain high on the political and professional agenda, writes P.C. Baart.
Properly applied resource efficiency policies can enhance Europe's competitiveness, writes Egbert Lox.
Early intervention is a cost-effective solution to reducing the burden of musculoskeletal disorders, writes Juan Jover.
The EU must ensure that it takes a 'realistic approach' towards Bosnia-Herzegovina; writes Željka Cvijanovic.
Major problems over good governance and the rule of law obstruct Montenegro's EU membership path, writes Pavel Priymakov.
Will the EU's 'payments package' help or hinder Europe's economic growth? Gilbert Arira asks.