Health bulletins

Healthcare Startups Raised $111.4bn in Total Funding, a 34% Jump Year-on-Year

The coronavirus pandemic put enormous pressure on the healthcare industry, forcing pharmaceutical giants and institutions to roll out clinical trials for a COVID-19 vaccine at breakneck speed. But behind the COVID-19 outbreak as the main healthcare issue in 2020, large health systems and venture capital firms continued investing millions in startups whose products could bring


HVAC system to reflect changing space and management needs for new normal The pandemic overwhelmed every industry sector, but healthcare field in great amount. According to IBISWorld report, Australia had less than 20% of public hospitals equipped with a specialized Intensive Care Unit (ICU), required for caring for the most critically ill patients. NHS England


Practice Planks for A full-body Workout

With the recent Coronavirus pandemic, you may be concerned about going to the gym. However, if you want to stay active at home, you can use your own body to do a variety of body weight exercises such as planks. Plank exercises are time efficient, do not require sports equipment and strengthen different muscle groups.

Bayer joins hands with Lebanese American University to provide free COVID-19 testing

Beirut, 9 September 2020: Bayer, the German multinational pharmaceutical and Life Sciences Company, has partnered with the Lebanese American University (LAU) to support its LAU Mobile Clinic National Campaign initiative in delivering free polymerise chain reaction (PCR) testing for COVID-19 in Lebanon’s remote towns and villages.  Launched in collaboration with LAU Gilbert and Rose-Marie Chagoury

New Survey Shows Business Travelers Look to Employers to Implement New Health and Safety Measures

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — 6 September 2020 — As business travel came to a standstill in early 2020, scores of road warriors stashed their well-used suitcases in closets and tucked away their passports for the time being. While the level of readiness to return to business travel varies throughout the world, businesses and their employees are now

Rotary congratulates African region on becoming wild poliovirus-free

Five out of six World Health Organization regions are now wild polio-free EVANSTON, Ill. (August 25, 2020) — Rotary and its partners in the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) are proud to announce an historic public health achievement as the World Health Organization’s African region is now certified wild poliovirus-free. The milestone comes four years

Fine Hygienic Holding Provides Beirut with Essential Hygienic Products in Time of Need

(Amman, Jordan – 27 August, 2020) — Fine Hygienic Holding (FHH), one of the world’s leading Wellness Groups and manufacturer of hygienic paper products, has made a sizable donation of essential hygienic supplies in support of Lebanon’s capital city and its citizens in the wake of tragic event which took place in the port of