+That's Interesting

+That's Interesting

Buruli ulcer cases surging and now at epidemic proportions in parts of Victoria, researchers say
 

Researchers call for greater caution, but skeptics say the evidence from rat studies is not convincing

Pilots and cabin crew on airlines flying to and Fiji are no longer surprised to see Auckland-based Interventional Cardiologist Dr Seif El-Jack and his team on board every Friday and again on every Sunday on flights returning home
 

Analysis of 10 studies involving more than 1.2 million children reaffirms that vaccines don’t cause autism; MMR shot may actually decrease risk
 

 

On Monday it announced the formation of the New Zealand Alcohol Beverages Council (NZABC), which aims to "balance the discussion" against people who "want to ban and stop for the sake of it"
 

Employers may be able to measure how well rested or stressed out their staff are under a new corporate wellness programme set to be rolled out by health insurer Southern Cross
 

“Hippocratic,” a documentary about the life of Dr. M.R. Rajagopal, India’s leading advocate of palliative care, is now touring the United States — a country where attitudes toward pain relief have changed because of the overdose epidemic
 

Doctors must continue to provide evidence that they are reflective practitioners, the GMC has warned, as GP leaders consider calls to disengage from written reflection after the Dr Bawa-Garba case.
 

 

 

UK Doctors must continue to provide evidence that they are reflective practitioners, the GMC has warned, as GP leaders consider calls to disengage from written reflection after the Dr Bawa-Garba case
 

A 44-year-old nurse who works in a remote medical facility in Coral Bay, Australia, was the only person on duty when he began to experience heart attack symptoms and knew he would have to attempt his own treatment