The First Lifebank in Greece

A different type of bank is expected to open its doors in February in Greece; a bank for volunteer bone marrow donors. The aim...

Greeks on Team That Find Bee Anesthesia

Researchers from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece, the French Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Université Paris-Sud, Cyprus University of Technology, and...

Free Medicine For the Poor and Uninsured

On September 10, the Health Ministry and the industry representatives signed an agreement for distributing free medicine to the poor and uninsured, in order...

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,...

Yoga Retreats in Greece: A Secret Getaway from Stress

Whether you live here or if are visiting, Greece offers many unforgettable yoga holiday retreats that allow one to rejuvenate while enjoying Greece’s picturesque...

Medical Students Help Vulnerable Groups

The medical students of the Aristotle University are standing by Alzheimer patients and vulnerable groups through the programs D.I.ANOIA and N.I.K.I of the Scientific...

Man Killed in House Fire in Athens Greece

  A 58-year-old man was killed in a fire that broke out in his apartment early in the morning today in Kato Patisia, Athens. The...

Skyros: Artificial Leg for a Horse

An orthopedist saved a little horse in Skyros, in contrast to veterinarians who couldn’t suggest any solution other than euthanasia. This is the first placement...

Malaria; Health Care Cuts Bring About Outbreak Of Tropical Disease

Severe cuts in health care expenditures has led to the re-emergence of a once-extinct disease – malaria – to economically battered Greece. Malaria, a mosquito-borne...

Greek Health Minister Will Visit Hospitals in Secret

The Greek Minister of Health, Adonis Georgiadis announced on Tuesday that he will pay a surprise visit to at least one state hospital in...

Troika Wants Drugs Sold In Markets

Greece's international lenders are again pressing the government to liberalize the market for nonprescription drugs and let supermarket be allowed to start selling medicines...

17 Million Euros From Bribes Go To Health and Educational Sectors

The Greek Minister of Education and Religious Affairs Konstantinos Arvanitopoulos is expected to meet today with the Greek Minister of Health, Adonis Georgiadis, at...

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