Meet the Greek Stray Helping the Sick as a Therapy Dog (photos)

Meet Candy, the former Greek stray with a big heart who has a new career as a therapy dog. Candy had been wandering the streets...

Greek Nurse Becomes First to Sit New UK Language Test

Greek nurse Foteini Kourakou can now work as a qualified intensive-care nurse in the U.K.'s National Health Service (NHS) after the regulator relaxed a...

Greek Radiologist Creates Holograms for Surgeons to See Under Skin

Dr. Dimitri Amiras, a radiologist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, used software to create holograms to help in reconstructive surgery. Using Microsoft's HoloLens augmented...

Greek Scientists Find Unexpected Drug Target for Acute Myeloid Leukemia

Greek scientists found an unexpected new drug target for acute myeloid leukemia (AML) that could open new avenues to develop effective treatments against the...

Medical Tourism an Important Source of Revenue for Greece

The International Health Tourism Center (IHTC) is organising a conference on medical tourism with focus on the exchange of know-how, synergies and promotion of...

Greek Scientist Makes Breakthrough in Diagnosing the Ebola Virus

A new, faster and safer way of diagnosing the Ebola virus has been developed by a Greek academic from Northumbria University in the UK. Research...

Research Led by Greek Scientist Finds ‘Brain Viagra’ May Hide in Kisspeptin

A British scientific team, led by a Greek scientist, found that a hormone called kisspeptin can enhance limbic brain activity specifically in response to...

Greek Doctors Make Breakthrough Discovery in Treating Leukemia

Greek doctors leading a team from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute in the UK, outside Cambridge, have made an incredible breakthrough discovery in the...

Eating as if You Live in Greece Reduces Your Chances of Heart Attack, Cambridge...

Recent research into the impact of diet and cardiovascular disease conducted by the Medical Research Council (MRC) and Cambridge University in the UK revealed...

Participate in UK Study Researching Hippocrates’ Theory Connecting Pain and Weather

A recent ongoing study in the UK reviews a theory that the Greek physician Hippocrates first explored more than 2,500 years ago; how pain...