Category Archives: News

Why exercise is non-negotiable for Bonnie

From winning The Masked Singer in 2020, to her successful career as a chart-topping singer-songwriter to her role of Bea Nilsson on TV mainstay Neighbours, it’s a small wonder that Bonnie Anderson has had any time in her busy schedule to give her health and wellbeing any thought at all. But having just left Neighbours… Read More »

What Is Teledermatology?

The combination of an ageing population and the demand for high-quality healthcare is putting an unprecedented strain on resources worldwide. Particularly in public and affordable healthcare circles, where gaining access to expert support and advice without extensive delays can be difficult. All over the world, public health bodies, private organisations and policymakers are constantly on… Read More »

Hashem Foods factory lacked fire safety system: official

The building did not have any fire extinguisher or an emergency exit route, according to officials. Lt Col Zillur Rahman, the Fire Service’s director of operations, said the building, spanning approximately 35,000 square feet, only had two exit staircases. However, a building of this size needed to have at least four to five staircases, according… Read More »

Two different assessments of COVID-19 pandemic news coverage

June 24, 2021 Posted By Categories Gary Schwitzer is the founder and publisher of HealthNewsReview. He has covered health care news almost exclusively since 1973. Here is his online bio.  He tweets as @garyschwitzer or as @HealthNewsRevu. Two new journalistic analyses of 2020-2021 pandemic news coverage were released this week.  I was interviewed in each of them. Science… Read More »

Woman with fibromyalgia blasts people who judge her for parking in disabled spot

A young woman, with fibromyalgia, has hit out at people who judge her for parking in disabled spaces because she “doesn’t look disabled.” Rhiannon, from Melbourne Australia, took to TikTok following an altercation with an old man, who questioned whether she should have the right to a disabled badge, purely based on the way she… Read More »

5 steps to conquer your continence with talkhealth

World Continence Week is an annual health campaign organised by WFIPP (World Federation of Incontinence and Pelvic Problems) and globally backed by ICS (International Continence Society). Running from 21 – 27 June, the awareness campaign aims to overcome the unnecessary stigma surrounding continence and highlight the impact that urinary incontinence has on the 3 million… Read More »