All articles by GlobalData Healthcare

  1. US hospitals warn of drug shortages caused by disaster, flu, GMP issues

    Weather-related issues, such as damage to Puerto Rican drug manufacturing sites during Hurricane Maria last year, have played a role…
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    30 May
  2. Online reviews reflect unfairly on healthcare providers

    In an age of healthcare consumerism, where online reviews can make or break a business, GlobalData believes that healthcare providers…
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    23 May
  3. CDC warns of growing vector-borne disease threat

    In a Vital Signs report published at the beginning of this month, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention…
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    21 May
  4. More than half of osteoporosis cases go undiagnosed

    Osteoporosis has become a highly prevalent disease in the world today as the average lifespan has improved. Modifiable and non-modifiable…
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    16 May
  5. Breast cancer screening in the UK: an administrative failure

    According to the World Health Organization (WHO), breast cancer is the second most common cancer in the world and the…
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    16 May
  6. Resurgence of toxic caterpillars in the UK

    A health warning has been issued by the Forestry Commission of Scotland and England over the recent invasion of toxic…
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    14 May
  7. A century after the 1918 flu pandemic, are we prepared for the next outbreak?

    The influenza pandemic of 1918, also known as the Spanish flu, is the most severe influenza outbreak to be recorded…
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    4 May
  8. Diminishing returns: tackling inefficiency in hospitals

    “When you have your health, you have everything. When you do not have your health, nothing else matters at all.”…
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    2 May
  9. Anemia prevalence nears 40% in India

    Anemia is a condition in which a person lacks sufficient healthy hemoglobin, the substance carrying oxygen in red blood cells….
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    18 Apr
  10. Early prostate cancer diagnosis: can Theresa May’s plan mimic results in Japan?

    On April 10, 2018, UK Prime Minister Theresa May announced a £75M (approximately $106M) investment into prostate cancer diagnosis and…
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    18 Apr