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Greeks warned of health risks of burning wood indoors
As austerity hit Greek households are forced to turn to wood burning indoors for heat, yet more health warnings have been issued. The latest warnings focus on the risks of breathing in the chemical particles contained in smoke produced from wood.
Malaria makes a comeback in Greece
Diseases previously eradicated in Greece are making a comeback. Malaria, last seen 38 years ago, is the latest disease the Hellenic watchdog warns could re-establish itself.
Second death from West Nile virus in Greece
As the number of reported cases of West Nile virus in Greece increases to 14, a second person has succumbed to the illness and died.
Five infected with West Nile virus in Greece
Five people have been infected with the mosquito borne West Nile virus, which can cause encephalitis and meningitis. Unusually, those infected were in urban areas of Athens.
Panic rises in Greece as 25 prostitutes test positive for HIV
The scandal of prostitutes testing positive for HIV continues to create panic in Greece, as the number of women confirmed as HIV positive rises to 25.
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