Some 208 people have now died from the Ebola virus in Guinea after a deadly spike in recent days, world health officials say.
BBC: June 4, 2014
There are between 1.9 and 2.4 million Greeks, or roughly 20 percent of the total population, without social insurance, Health Minister Adonis Georgiadis said on Wednesday as he announced plans to provide these people with free medicines.
eKathimerini: April 23, 2014
MERS belongs to the coronavirus family that includes the common cold and SARS
New Europe: April 23, 2014
Hundreds of millions of pounds may have been wasted on a drug for flu that works no better than paracetamol, a landmark analysis has said.
BBC: April 10, 2014
Failure to provide medication for hepatitis patients represents a 'lurking danger' for public health, claims Metropolitan Community Clinic at Elliniko
Enet: April 10, 2014
The first two cases of Ebola have been confirmed in Liberia, after spreading from neighbouring Guinea, where the deadly virus has killed 78 people.
BBC: March 31, 2014
Diabetes affects millions of people globally. The International Diabetes Federation’s Diabetes Atlas reports that 382 million are affected worldwide, with 80 percent of those being found in low- and middle-income countries.
Red Orbit: March 30, 2014
An outbreak of the Ebola virus - which has already killed 59 people in Guinea - has reached the capital Conakry, the UN's children agency has warned.
BBC: March 24, 2014
Like most Greeks, Solomos, 60, and his wife, Amalia, 52, paid into a state insurance fund for years, granting them access to medical care for little or no cost.
Washington Post: February 27, 2014
Washington Post hears from uninsured cancer patient Nikos Solomos, 60, who has no money left to pay for a life-saving operation after being forced to sell off farm equipment and property to cover medical costs that now exceed €50,000
Enet: February 27, 2014