Tag: Spain

Drug or Exercise for Geriatric Depression? It Depends

Among older adults with mild-to-moderate depressive disorder diagnosed during a primary care visit, antidepressant medication or supervised group exercise sessions may decrease symptoms to a...

Demoralised India look to bounce back against Spain in Olympics men’s hockey competition

Thoroughly outplayed by Australia, the Indian men’s hockey team would be desperate to rebuild a shattered morale when it takes on a lower-ranked Spain in...

From London to Saint Petersburg, Euro 2020 raises fears of new virus spread

As Euro 2020 heads towards its conclusion, and ever larger crowds flock to matches, there are increasing concerns about games becoming super-spreader events as the...

Virtual EULAR Congress Aims for Patient-Inclusive Programming

Although clinicians and researchers dominate attendance at medical conferences, patients have always been welcome at many such meetings. The movement of most conferences to an...

The Jewish history of Israel is over 3,000 years old. That’s why it’s complicated

FROM THE TORAH, THROUGH THE EXILE, JEWS HAVE ALWAYS LOOKED TO JERUSALEM. My first visit to Israel was when I was 12 years old. The...

Data ‘Favorable’ That Vaccines Limit Transmission

Researchers know by now the available COVID-19 vaccines prevent people from getting COVID around 95% of the time. But the million-dollar question remains: Are people...

More Than One Third of COVID-19 Infections Are Asymptomatic

Editor’s note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. A systematic review suggests at least one third of SARS-CoV-2 infections...

Icy streets and packed metros: Madrid digs out from historic snowstorm in midst of pandemic

MADRID — So the COVID-19 pandemic is making your life complicated? Hold my extra-frosty cerveza, was the message Storm Filomena delivered to Spain over the...

A pandemic atlas: How COVID-19 took over the world in 2020

Almost no place has been spared and no one. The virus that first emerged a year ago in Wuhan, China, swept across the world in...

Hand Hygiene in Pediatric ICUs: Identifying Areas for Improvement

A multidisciplinary team seeking to measure compliance with hand hygiene (HH) practices in pediatric ICUs across Europe found compliance was comparable and relatively high among...

Local Hospitals Still Have a Role in Treating Severe Stroke

For patients suspected of having a large-vessel occlusion stroke, direct transfer to a comprehensive stroke center capable of endovascular therapy that is farther away than...

Don’t let negligence ruin festive happiness: PM Modi | India News

NEW DELHI: Citing a second wave of infections in other countries, PM Narendra Modi on Tuesday exhorted people not to rush to the conclusion that...

Spain Invokes State of Emergency for Madrid Lockdown

MADRID (Reuters) – Spain’s Socialist-led government invoked a state of emergency on Friday to reimpose a partial lockdown for several million people in and around...

Success of AV Fistulas for Dialysis Varies Between Countries

The successful creation and use of arteriovenous fistulas (AVFs) for vascular access for dialysis patients varies considerably between countries, despite national guidelines that uniformly recommend...

Physician Income Drops, Burnout Spikes Globally in Pandemic

Editor’s note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. Responses from physicians in eight countries show profound effects from COVID-19...

Surge in Colonoscopies May Tax Resources After COVID-19 Delays

Editor’s note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. An expected surge in the number of people seeking colonoscopy after...

Germany launches coronavirus app as EU eyes travel revival

BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany appealed to the public on Tuesday to download a new smartphone app to help break the chain of coronavirus infections, one...

Explainer: Europe steps up tech battle vs. coronavirus with German app

BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany on Tuesday becomes the latest European country to launch a smartphone app that seeks to break the chain of coronavirus infection...

Airbus jobs on wire as underlying output falls 40%: sources

PARIS (Reuters) – Airbus (AIR.PA) is looking to hold underlying jet output at 40% below pre-pandemic plans for two years, an approach which adds new...

Hong Kong tensions unnerve world stocks, oil tumbles

LONDON (Reuters) – World stocks took a hit and the Chinese yuan weakened on Friday as Beijing moved to impose a new security law on...

Shares lose footing, oil marches on

LONDON (Reuters) – Equity markets slipped on Thursday on concerns about the long-term impact of the new coronavirus and simmering U.S.-China tensions, though those worries...

A Low-Hanging Fruit in COVID-19?

The mainstream media was flooded this week with reports speculating on what role, if any, vitamin D may play in reducing the severity of COVID-19...

EasyJet founder offers $6 million reward for help in cancelling Airbus order

LONDON (Reuters) – EasyJet (EZJ.L) founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou is offering 5 million pounds ($6.2 million) for any information that leads to the cancellation of its...

Britain’s embattled aviation industry demands alternative to quarantine

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s aviation industry called on the government to find an alternative to quarantine plans for international arrivals, or risk seeing airlines and...

covid impact: How governments across the world are helping companies, workers in times of Covid

As India waits for the second stimulus, world over governments are still pulling out the stops to shore up both employers and employees. Here’s a...