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Does Artificial Intelligence Help or Hinder Healthcare?

Since the release of ChatGPT and other similar platforms last November, there has been a flurry of excitement concerning the possible applications for artificial...

Daylight Saving Time Harmful to Health

Daylight-saving time has ended once again this year. The ongoing tradition is followed in most parts of the world, including the United States, Europe,...

New COVID Restrictions in Greece May Come in Fall: Health Minister

COVID-19 restrictions may be reimposed throughout Greece in the fall, the country's health minister predicted on Monday. The news comes amid the latest surge...

Greece an Up And Coming International Student Destination

Greece could become an attractive international student destination for higher education as public universities launch courses in English.

Yale University Researches Health Benefits of Organic Olives from Greece

Researchers at Yale University in the US will conduct new research on the health benefits associated with daily consumption of table olives. The research will be...

Greek Health Workers Have Another Chance to Get Vaccinated

The Greek government is giving health workers another chance to get their shots after protests erupted over the September 1st suspensions of unvaccinated medical...

Thousands of Unvaccinated Health Workers Suspended in Greece

5,895 unvaccinated health workers have been suspended or are in the process of being suspended from working in Greece. The suspensions follow a new...

Health Experts Find No Evidence of Greek Variant of Covid-19

Experts in Greece reassured the public on Tuesday that there are no indications of a Greek variant of the Covid-19 virus.

Greece Celebrates International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia

Greece and its high ranking officials acknowledged the annual International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia on Monday. 

Study Says Distrust of Coronavirus Vaccine Could Lead to Insufficient Protection of Public

A new study released on Wednesday confirms the fears of many that the rampant mistrust of a coronavirus vaccine, and conspiracy theories which continue...