Greek Doctor Strike Continues

The doctors of the Greek National Health Services Agency (EOPYY) will continue to strike until January 17, as announced today by the Executive Secretariat...

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...

Study: Greeks Need to Adopt a Healthier Lifestyle

Lounging around in front of the TV with little to no exercise seems to be the modern way of life today, and Greeks seem...
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...

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...

No Health Insurance For 6M Greeks

The astronomical number of 6,000,000 uninsured citizens, who along with their families have no access to medical care, evokes feelings of shock and awe. In...

Greeks Shun Condoms, Like Many Partners

A survey about the sexual behavior of Europeans carried out by the Durex condom company has found that 38 percent of Greek women have...

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,...

World Aids Day: HIV Infection Cases on Rise in Greece, Officials Warn

Health officials in Greece have voiced alarm over a dramatic rise in HIV infection amid steep healthcare cuts in the austerity-stricken country. Official data released...

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,...

Bridge For Greek Special Needs Kids

For Athens kindergarten teacher Sophia Fokianou, 48, a new after-school volunteer program to help students with special needs, such as her 18-year-old daughter, has...

Greek Pension Fund Reserves for 2015, are About to Collapse

According to a study of  GSEE's Labor Institute, it has been made crystal clear that the Greek State must find alternative financial resources in...

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