Scammers in Australia are adapting existing technology to play on people’s fears around coronavirus and selling products claiming to prevent or cure the virus, according to consumer watchdog the ACCC.
Australia’s Health Informatics Society (HISA) and the Digital Health Agency have joined forces to launch a new professional development program to identify the necessary digital health capabilities for nurses and midwives to further improve the quality, safety and efficiency of care that they deliver.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has launched an inquiry into the effects on children’s health of unregulated recycling of old mobile phones and other electronic equipment in developing countries.
A World Health Organization official calls the tobacco industry a "mutant virus" because of efforts initiated by the tobacco industry to entice women in poor countries to smoke cigarettes. This is all part of World No Tobacco Day on May 31, 2010.
A partial victory indeed. Meanwhile Julian Assange is still stuck in gaol while lawyers and activists feast on his discomfort.[…]
Yes indeed, unwelcome scam calls are on the rise!add trojan and phishing links in unsolicited SMS to that list :)Interesting,[…]
the G-sync compatible TV is great but I wanted to read more on the LG Rolling Bot to see if[…]
I purchased a NOVOO USB C Hub 8 in 1 USB-C Dock back in 2020 for my Dell XPS-15 when[…]
Definitely vital to check that whatever USB-C multi-port / multifunction hub/adapter you get, if you are buying for Windows OS,[…]