Tag: nursing homes

Sweden

If you look at the mortality statistics, compared with Norway, Finland and Denmark, Sweden fared much worse. Compared to many other European countries, however, Sweden has done similarly or better, and not much worse. Sweden remains steadfast in… Read More

Care

We are keen to bring our ventilator to as many hospitals as possible to combat serious respiratory diseases worldwide. What do teeth and oral health have to do with the brain? Does it protect against degenerative diseases? Hospitals,… Read More

Touch

But when it comes to emoji, they’ve entered a whole new world of meaning. Here are some of our favorite emoji that don’t quite mean what you might think. Reintegrating back into our post pandemic summer while also… Read More

Gerontologie

Age has always been one of the biggest determinants of whether someone is at risk of severe Covid-19 and that remains true even with vaccines. If your immune system does not function well, you are at higher risk… Read More

Australia

The Prime Minister of Australia got a sympathetic hearing. Discussions were kept secret. On September 15th, AUKUS was made public. Renewables tipped to overtake fossil fuels by 2030. The Glasgow climate summit is an immediate opportunity for Australia… Read More

Track / Trace

At-home rapid tests can be an extremely useful tool for allowing life to proceed semi-normally.  How do you manage that risk? The answer is to test again. It is worrisome! The fact that the residents died despite being… Read More

Liability

Face-recognition tech is coming to a store near you, if it’s not there already, and that’s sparking a new wave of opposition. EU’s rules governing how corporations manage people’s online data: company behavior, people’s expectations and knowledge of… Read More

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