Posts Tagged ‘Sweden’
Wait times are the boogeyman of public health systems all over the world. They cut to the very heart of the debate over costs versus access to care. Hardly a week goes by where we don’t see a story on the world’s ever-lengthening patient queues (and trust us, we make it our business to keep [...]
The most recent update from the World Health Organization (WHO) said the number of e. coli cases in Germany and France is “much diminished.” It concluded “the [most recent] figures reflect some delayed reporting, and the evidence indicates the outbreak, which took 50 lives in Germany alone, is nearly over.” Germany’s Robert Koch Institute, meanwhile, [...]
The World Health Organization (WHO) announced consumers in Europe should not eat raw bean and seed sprouts until investigations into the continent’s deadly e. coli outbreak are complete. Over 4,000 people have fallen ill and 50 died since the health crisis began in May. While cases were originally confined to Germany, they have since spread [...]
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