ATHENS - An international conference about minimizing risks for disasters will be held in Athens on Friday, October 21, the Greek Ministry for Climate Change & Civil Protection announced on Thursday, International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction.
It is a well-known fact that the American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA) is one of the most important cultural institutions in Greece.
NEW YORK – The Merimna Institute, a pioneering training and lifelong learning center based in Athens, recently completed training for its 12th group of participants in the Advanced Education Program of Implantology with clinical participation in cooperation with the New York University College of Dentistry Linhart Continuing Dental Education Program.
THESSALONIKI - The rate of increase of the novel coronavirus viral load concentration in Thessaloniki's sewage is accelerating, which is attributed to the prevalence of the SARS-CoV-2 subvariants BA4 & BA5, while the "Kentavros" variant (BA.
ATHENS - A dreaded fear of the elderly - dementia - is seeing more cases in Greece at a level that could see an increase of 45 percent by 2050 even as the country’s population is aging and the population shrinking.
ATHENS - The waning COVID-19 pandemic has seen the essential end of almost all health measures aimed at slowing its spread, but new vaccines and booster shots will be available in Greece now.
ATHENS - The first updated vaccines for COVID-19 targeting the subvariant BA.
ATHENS – The New Democracy government's push to allow development almost anywhere has drawn worry from a bevy of groups that measure will lead to disruptions in protected Natura environmental sites.
ATHENS - Greece’s Parliament has banned “sex-normalizing” surgeries on babies born intersex, a condition in which a person is born with a combination of male and female biological traits.
ATHENS - The 6th Health district will collect samples to conduct PCR tests for COVID-19 at the airports of Epirus, Western Greece , the Peloponnese and of the Ionian islands in order to locate possible new mutations as part of a research study.
ATHENS – The scientist who was the Face of Greece when the Coronavirus struck in March of 2020, representing an advisory panel of doctors and scientists, said COVID-19 won't fade away and will get worse.