In New South Wales, Australia, measles and rabies alerts have been issued.
Zurich UK has extended its partnership with BAE Systems.
Edgbaston Medical Quarter in Birmingham, UK, has launched a patient pathway to provide a door-to-door service to international private patients for complex healthcare treatments, including treatments in oncology, orthopaedics, trauma, diabetes, rehabilitation, fertility and mental health.
Trov, an insurtech firm specialising in on-demand insurance coverage, has expanded its offering to include four additional US states.
A suspected terrorist attack on a hotel complex in Nairobi, Kenya, yesterday resulted in the deaths of 24 people, at least two of whom have been confirmed as foreign tourists.
In the UK, a University of Stirling-led study has developed new research guidance that could lead to improved patient care and outcomes.
It’s a new year, but the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo rages on and is now in its sixth month.
A drone expert has warned that most of the world’s airports and leading destinations remain dangerously vulnerable to ‘criminal or rogue mayhem’ driven by the ever-evolving UAV market.
Singapore-based insurtech startup PAL Network has signed two memorandum of understanding agreements with Allianz Malaysia and Toyota Tsusho.
Health City Cayman has expanded its intensive care unit capabilities, now operating a Level 3 trauma centre. This follows the commissioning of its newly expanded Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU) in early December 2018.