Latest News

    • 4TH JUNE 2021
    • 0
    COVID-19 Sequencing in Spain

    COVID-19 Sequencing in Spain

    Gregorio Marañón hospital in Madrid becomes the reference centre in Spain for COVID-19 sequencing A small group of researchers from the Gregorio Marañón Hospital in Madrid has been instrumental in helping to detect the different Covid-19 mutations in Spain. Thanks to the efforts of this center, where almost 4,000 cases of coronavirus variants have already

    • 7TH MAY 2021
    • 0
    5% discount on antigen and PCR tests

    5% discount on antigen and PCR tests

    HM Hospitales and ESHA Spain are collaborating to bring you a 5% discount on antigen and PCR tests. Click on the link below to book your antigen or PCR test

    • 6TH MAY 2021
    • 0
    Travelling to Spain from the UK

    Travelling to Spain from the UK

    If you are thinking of travelling to Spain, you will find this extract from the UK government website helpful. If you need emergency medical assistance during your trip, dial 112 and ask for an ambulance. You should get a free UK Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC) or European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) before leaving the UK. If

    • 15TH APRIL 2021
    • 0
    Psilocybin: Magic Mushrooms give promising results in trials for depression

    Psilocybin: Magic Mushrooms give promising results in trials for depression

    For over thirty years the preferred pharmacological treatment for depression has been Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRI) such as fluoxetine (the generic name for Prozac), citalopram, escitalopram and sertraline. The effect of SSRIs is to “take the edge off life” and in a way blunt experience, basically allowing people to care less, which is fairly

    • 16TH MARCH 2021
    • 0
    Sense of Time During Lockdown

    Sense of Time During Lockdown

    Anyone who has sat for hours in a waiting room understands that the passing of time is subjective, where time seems to ground to a halt accompanied only by the tick of a large wall clock. Compare this to how time passes when we are actively engaged in a pleasant task, what American Psychologist Mihály

    • 7TH MARCH 2021
    • 0
    International Women’s Day 2021

    International Women’s Day 2021

    This year’s theme to 2021 International Women’s day is #ChooseToChallenge. A challenged world is an alert world. Individually, we’re all responsible for our own thoughts and actions – all day, every day. We can all choose to challenge and call out gender bias and inequality. We can all choose to seek out and celebrate women’s

    • 24TH FEBRUARY 2021
    • 0
    COVID-19 and Mental Health

    COVID-19 and Mental Health

    It was initially thought that during the lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, mental health issues would wash through the general population like a “tsunami” and that we were probably facing the biggest mental health crisis since WWII. So much so that a team of experts from the Universities of Sheffield, Ulster, Liverpool, UCL and

    • 19TH JANUARY 2021
    • 0
    Pfizer cuts vaccine supply chain to Spain

    Pfizer cuts vaccine supply chain to Spain

    The Pfizer Laboratory initially announced a cut in supply of 44% on Friday to Spain According to the Spanish medical journal, Redaccion Médica, the Ministry of Health originally announced that autonomous communities would receive 44% less vaccines on Monday 18th January. The cutback has finally shot up to 50% in some communities and affects all

    • 12TH JANUARY 2021
    • 0
    HM Hospitales offer walk-in COVID testing

    HM Hospitales offer walk-in COVID testing

    Testing for Covid-19 If you need to know your immune status against COVID-19, in HM hospitals we want to make it very easy for you:   No It is not necessary to make an appointment. Results ready in 24 h at the hospital or 48 hours on the website. If you have doubts about which

    • 26TH NOVEMBER 2020
    • 0
    Teacher Burnout

    Teacher Burnout

    Many of my friends are teachers and they often tell me how they feel less and less motivated by the teaching sector and would suggest the seriousness of a situation where teachers are struggling to find personal meaning in what they are doing. This is especially relevant in an education sector that relies heavily on