Tag: healthcare

Glasgow's empty streets

Death and the Newsmen: The weight of reporting pandemic loss

In the film Citizen Kane, summarising the mystery of “Rosebud”, Thompson says: “Mr Kane was a man who got everything he wanted, and then lost it. Maybe Rosebud was something he couldn’t get, or something he lost. Anyway, I don’t think it would have explained everything. I don’t think any word can explain a man’s […]


Are superbugs stalking refugees in Europe?

Refugees and migrants arriving in Europe could be immune to antibiotics deployed to help them recover from war trauma and journeys across continents, medics fear.

European Union

Europe’s bureaucratic and antibiotics resistance

Resistance to antibiotics is one of the world’s leading health problems. What progress has been made after decades of effort and bureaucracy?

Pain in the Google

Patients turn to Google for health answers

Research has found patients are using Google for health answers on injuries and treatments, with searches more than a third higher in summer than winter.

Two-row wampum

Indigenous health inequality: are the boats sailing apart?

Research finds disparity in indigenous health, and tries to bridge the divide. Are the boats of the Two Row Wampum sailing further apart?