Some Useful Links for You to Get Started

It seems like you’re running a default Woocommerce website. Here are few useful links you might be interested in: Migration How to use WordPress/WooCommerce Migrator Plugin? Migrate WordPress/WooCommerce from Siteground to Cloudways Migrate WordPress/WooCommerce from GoDaddy to Cloudways General How do I take my website live from Cloudways? How to manage WordPress via WP-CLI on […]

Coronavirus latest: at a glance

A summary of the biggest developments in the global coronavirus outbreak Spain’s death rate continues to fall The country reported 399 deaths in 24 hours, lower than Sunday’s figure of 410. A total of 20,852 people have died in Spain, with over 200,000 infected and more than 80,000 cured. The Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sanchez […]

Healthcare workers confronted anti-lockdown protesters

The weekend has seen a spate of anti-lockdown protests across the US in Ohio, Michigan and Colorado. But a standout image by photographer Alyson McClaran came on Sunday from Denver, Colorado. As protesters gathered outside the capitol steps and others assembled in their automobiles to ask the city to reopen for business, healthcare workers stood […]

Turning crap into gold

In the era of Covid-19, we’ve had to move away from bring-your-own containers and reusable coffee cups – composting can help ease the burden I have never laughed, cried and wanted to make brown butter apple cake more than now. We don’t know how long it will be before we emerge from our chrysalises into […]

The stress of giving birth under lockdown

Having a baby is always nerve-racking – and women now have unexpected worries to contend with. New mothers share their stories of ‘incredible’ midwives, and the joy and pain of giving birth during a pandemic Helen Simmons, a 28-year-old film producer from London, went into labor with her second child on the evening of 30 […]

WHO warns that few have developed antibodies to Covid-19

Herd immunity hopes dealt blow by report suggesting only 2% -3% of people have been infected Only a tiny proportion of the global population – maybe as few as 2% or 3% – appear to have antibodies in the blood showing they have been infected with Covid-19, according to the World Health Organization, a finding […]

Will there be a second wave of coronavirus?

As countries ease lockdowns, the worry is that populations remain highly vulnerable With more countries planning to loosen restrictions imposed due to coronavirus but the UK prime minister, Boris Johnson, and the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, concerned about the potential for a resurgence or second wave, here is what we know from the rest of […]

Healthcare workers ‘should be screened for Covid-19 every week’

UK cancer specialist says leaving potentially infectious staff in hospitals is unethical Healthcare workers should be screened for Covid-19 every week to protect patients from asymptomatic infection, the head of the Francis Crick Institute’s testing facility has said. The call comes amid concerns that hospitals are becoming hotspots for disease transmission and evidence that a […]

Precision Medicine Researchers Identify New Alzheimer’s Genes

Researchers from Boston University School of Medicine, in collaboration with scientists from the Alzheimer’s Disease Sequencing Project (ADSP), have discovered new genes that could contribute to the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. The new discovery may advance precision medicine treatments for the degenerative condition. The National Institutes of Health developed ADSP in response to the National […]

The Age of Analytics

Data stands at the foundation for the future of healthcare as a valuable resource, with the boundless potential to alter the way healthcare is created, reviewed and delivered. Experiencing a paradigm shift of rapid change, Asia’s healthcare is entering a digital healthcare system that will supersede its predecessor of the 4.0 industry. Soon to outpace […]