Gazan cancer patients in Turkiye
Cancer patients from Gaza arrived to Turkiye, marking the first instance, since the conflict began, where wounded individuals were granted permission to exit through the Rafah Border Gate for medical treatment
Fungus and meningitis epidemic problem in plastic surgeries
According to the US and Mexican authorities, an epidemic of fungus and meningitis began to appear in cosmetic operations. That's why the authorities called on the World Health Organization to sound an emergency alert. While two people died of meningitis, two clinics in Mexico were closed. The disease is also seen in cesarean deliveries.
11 minutes to prevent premature death!
Studies show that aerobic exercises such as dancing, cycling and walking reduce the risk of premature death.
Single men more likely to die of heart failure
Interesting findings emerged in a health analysis comparing married and single men. Married men are less likely to die of heart failure than single men, according to a new study. The reason is that married men have a relative to monitor their health.
First death due to Strep A bacteria
Strep A infection, which caused panic in all of Europe, especially in England, and caused the death of dozens of children, also caused panic in Greece. For the first time in the country, a person died due to Strep A bacteria.
China 'defeated' Covid
Chinese top leaders claim they have definitively defeated Coid. Scientists say otherwise. Confusion about China's Covid process continues.
South Korea lifts visa restrictions on Chinese
On Saturday, it was announced that South Korea plans to lift visa restrictions on travelers from China. The reason for lifting the restriction was explained as China's improving the Covid-19 situation.
Cholera is on the rise in Africa
The World Health Organization (WHO) warning about the rise of cholera. In the report that made on Thursday, Africa is currently experiencing an exponential rise in cholera cases, noted.
Around 1M people came to Türkiye for hair transplant last year
Türkiye also exceeded $500M turnover in dental services, about $400M in aesthetic surgery in 2022, says head of Turkish Health Tourism Association
Hospitalizations signal rising COVID-19 risk for US seniors
Coronavirus-related hospital admissions are climbing again in the United States, with older adults a growing share of U.S. deaths and less than half of nursing home residents up to date on COVID-19 vaccinations.
More breast cancer patients can choose smaller surgery
Many women with two or three breast tumors can get by with lumpectomy surgery instead of having their whole breast removed, a new study suggests.
Belgium reports 2nd monkeypox case in less than 24 hours
Health authorities set to discuss nationwide approach to counter spread of virus
Turkey's domestic COVID-19 vaccine Turkovac approved for emergency use
Turkovac will be in widespread use starting next week, says Health Minister Fahrettin Koca
No deaths related to omicron variant of coronavirus seen so far, says WHO
WHO spokesman says delta remains dominant strain globally although omicron will likely spread
COVID-19 may have infected around 10% of world: WHO
World Health Organization's chief of emergencies warns vast majority of world still at risk from novel coronavirus
Tally of critical COVID-19 patients declining
Health minister urges Turkish citizens to remain committed to measures against outbreak
Coronavirus: WHO cautious on Russia's vaccine campaign
WHO spokesman says it has no official news on vaccine Russia says it plans to use in immunization campaign
Turkey opens new health center in Syria's Afrin
Center in Raju town is facilitated with internal medicine, dentistry, pediatric clinics, pharmacy
Syria: Health workers protest regime attacks in Idlib
‘We are not terrorist, we are doctors and health workers,’ says Dr. Muna Hattab