Greek Hospitals Dangerous To Your Health

Greece has achieved another negative distinction, this time about the excessive use of antibiotics and hospital-acquired infections, known as a nosocomial infection whose development...
Seatrac the movie by Nikos Logothetis

Seatrac: An Innovative Idea to Help Disabled Reach the Sea Turned Movie

The Greek documentary Seatrac, a story about a way that people in wheelchairs can enjoy the sea,  is only three minutes long but manages...

Former King of Greece Constantine in Hospital

Former King of Greece, Constantine, was rushed to the hospital on July 8 after fainting, which alarmed the doctors because of  his heart condition. According...

High Oil Prices Drive Greeks to Burn Wood

Greeks cutting back on household expenses are turning from oil to wood to heat their homes, but in turn are filling the night air...

Neurosurgeon Archontakis’ Guinness World Record

George Archontakis from Crete is the only Greek neurosurgeon who entered Guiness World Records for a very difficult surgery he carried out successfully. The surgery...

No Pediatricians On 7 Greek Islands

The popular tourist island of Kea, also known as Tzia and only an hour from the coast, has become the seventh Greek island to...

Greek ICU’s Close 200 Beds

According to the President of the Hellenic Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Dr Apostolos Armaganidis, for the first time Greece has proceeded to more...

Since Crisis’ Start, 16 Police Kill Selves

Greece's crushing economic crisis, in which police officers have been the line of last defense keeping protesters from getting into the Parliament, is taking...

Throat Cancer Cases Caused by HPV

Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is responsible for developing a 15 to 20 percent of the total number of oropharyngeal (throat) cancer incidences. Especially, HPV...

Anti-Smoking Law Returns Once More

The under-secretary for Health, Zeta Makris has signed a memo in which it is highlighted that smoking in public places is prohibited, in an...

Government Airplane Offered to Young Patient

Fifteen-year-old student Manolis Vogiatzis from Patras, suffers from cavernous angioma in a part of his brain, a disease that cannot be treated in Greek...

Cardiac Deaths Increase in Greece

According to a British research, coronary heart disease death rate has steadily declined throughout Europe, with the exception of Greece, where it has actually...

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