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Greek-Australian Man Needs Help in Battling Multiple Sclerosis

Greek-Australian man Dimitri Garbas, a father of two, has been battling multiple sclerosis since 2017. Fighting off crippling nerve pain and an array of other symptoms, he is now pinning his hopes on trying a new treatment that he...

Byzantine Skeletons Found in Greece Show Signs of Complex Surgery

A proto-Byzantine-era skull which was discovered by anthropologists in the Paliokastro area of Thasos shows signs of complicated surgery. The skull, which dates from the early Byzantine period -- the fourth to the seventh century AD -- bears traces of...

Greece’s Famous Mountain Tea and its Ancient Secrets of Healing

Greeks are not known for their love for tea, as are for example the British, Russians and Turkish peoples are. However, when it comes to tea, the first variety that a Greek would think of is ''Chai tou vounou,"or...

Greek Scientist Creates COVID Breathalyzer in the U.S.

Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center announced the creation of a breathalyzer-like device that can be used to identify if a patient is positive for COVID-19. This and other groundbreaking developments in COVID-19 testing methods could prove invaluable in our...

Alzheimer’s Vaccine, Treatment Closer to Becoming Reality

Recent medical research suggests that a vaccine and treatment for the dreaded disease of Alzheimer's may not be far off. The study, which involved research in mice, was conducted by researchers from the University of Leicester, the University Medical Center...

Scientists Successfully Transplant Pig Kidney into Human

Scientists at NYU Langone in New York City have successfully transplanted a pig's kidney into a human body for the first time, according to reports on Wednesday. Patients in need of organ transplants have long suffered on the excruciating waitlists...

Health Advice on Daily Aspirin Therapy Changes Dramatically

After years of advising adults at a higher risk of heart disease to take aspirin daily as a preventative measure, health experts announced on Tuesday that their stance on the subject has shifted dramatically. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force...

Study Says Humans May Live to Be 130 by the End of the Century

A new study suggests that it may be possible for human beings to live to the age of 130 by the end of this century. Researchers have studied the biological lives of over 3,800 Italian 'semi-super-centenarians,' or people who have...

Greek City of Trikala Tests Drone Delivery of Medicines

The city of Trikala in the Thessaly region has become the first Greek city to complete a successful test of delivering medicinal drugs via an unmanned drone. The red drone, with four rotor blades, took off from the northwestern...

Antidepressant Medicine Discovered in Ancient Greek City

It seems that even back in the ancient times people were prone to depression as archaeological finds of antidepressants in the Ancient Greek city of Bathonea, located on the banks of Küçükçekmece Lake in Turkey have revealed. The city of...