PM Shinzo Abe’s Ratings Not a Measure of Success in the Fight Against COVID

Fight Against COVID

The COVID-19 pandemic has placed world leaders under intense scrutiny, perhaps the most intense they will experience in their lifetime. Their constituents, especially, have had a lot to say about their leaders’ performance. Ratings have either soared or taken a nosedive. Some, like South Korean President Moon Jae-in and German Chancellor Angela Merkel More...

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Peptides Therapy
By Desk of Editor On Friday, May 8th, 2020

An Overview of Peptides and Therapy

During the past few years, there has been an increased focus on health and wellness. If you are new to health and wellness, this includes your physical, mental, and emotional health. This can be hard for you to More...

Understand the DRG System
By Desk of Editor On Monday, April 20th, 2020

Ensure Clean Claims Before a DRG Auditor Arrives

During the 1980s Diagnosis-Related Groups were created to categorize patients by similar costs and clinical characteristics. This system was soon adopted by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to help More...

Diabetes patient
By Tony Williams On Wednesday, January 29th, 2020

Diabetes Patients Hit By Glucose Monitor Shortage

The company behind a blood sugar monitor that has changed the lives of thousands of diabetics has been forced to apologise after supplies ran short. Pharmacies have been turning patients away as deliveries of healthcare More...

China Coronavirus
By Tony Williams On Monday, January 20th, 2020

China Coronavirus: Number Of Cases Jumps As Virus Spreads To New Cities

Chinese authorities have reported 139 new cases of a mysterious virus in two days, marking the first time that the infection has been confirmed in the country outside of Wuhan city. The new cases were identified More...

Measles Deaths
By Graham Moore On Sunday, December 8th, 2019

Measles Deaths ‘Staggering And Tragic’

More than 140,000 people died from measles last year as the number of cases around the world surged once again, official estimates suggest. Most of the lives cut short were children aged under five. The situation More...

Bacterial Allies
By Tony Williams On Sunday, November 24th, 2019

Bacterial Allies Make Dengue Fever Cases Dive

Recruiting a bacterial ally that infects mosquitoes has led to huge reductions in cases of dengue fever, trials around the world show. Wolbachia bacteria make it harder for the insects to spread the virus, rather More...

Switch To Vaping
By Tony Williams On Tuesday, November 19th, 2019

Switch To Vaping ‘Helps Smokers’ Hearts’

Smokers can improve the health of their hearts within weeks of switching to e-cigarettes, the largest trial of its kind shows. The month-long study of 114 smokers suggests vaping has the potential to reduce heart More...

By Tony Williams On Monday, November 11th, 2019

Does Uk Lag Behind Other Rich Nations On Health And Care?

The UK has fewer doctors and nurses and poorer access to elderly long-term care than other rich nations, a study shows. The OECD review also warned that many Brits were living unhealthy lives with high rates of More...

Brain illness
By Graham Moore On Tuesday, October 29th, 2019

Brain Illness Spread By Ticks Has Reached UK

An infectious disease that can harm the brain and is spread to people by tick bites has been identified in ticks in the UK for the first time. Public Health England (PHE) says it has confirmed cases of tick-borne More...