US Flu Epidemic Reaches Greece

Health officials said that a flu strain sweeping the United States has reached Greece and that at least four people have died. The Hellenic...

Greek Doctor Exodus, 4,000 Flee Country

Many Greek doctors, fearing a dead-end future with pay cuts and limited opportunities, are leaving to find jobs and better life in other countries,...

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...

Greek Researchers Show Coke’s Health Benefits

Apparently, things do go better with Coke, at least according to Greek researchers. The new edition of the journal Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics presents a...

Fengarion Aids Greece’s Doctors of the World

Georgios Topoulos, born in Poland to a Greek father and Polish mother and now living in Switzerland, feels his Greek side being tugged at...

No Medical Services on Credit

Private doctors cooperating with Greece’s National Organization for Health Care Provision (EOPYY), decided to stop offering their services on credit as of Dec. 17,...

Greek Doctors Eying Jobs in UAE

A growing number of Greek doctors, seeing their pay cut constantly and sometimes going unpaid for months by the government, are heading abroad abroad...
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...

EU Warns Greek Health Officials of HIV Spike

With health care services being cut back in debt-crunched Greece, European health officials have warned that a sudden outbreak of the AIDS-causing virus HIV...

Greek Pharmacists Break Off EOPYY Talks

Theodoros Ambazoglou, head of the Greek pharmacist’s union, said he was unable to reach an agreement with the National Organization for Healthcare Provision (EOPYY)...

Medicines, AIDS Drugs, Run Low in Greece

With Greece running out of cash as it awaits a long-delayed $38.8 billion loan installment from international lenders, hospitals are running out of medicine,...

Greek Suicide Rate Keeps Soaring

Suicides in Greece, which used to have the lowest rate in Europe, are rising rapidly and coincide with crushing austerity measures that have driven...

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