Cancer is one of the biggest human afflictions. Every now and then, we need to stop by and see how far the medical, pharma and healthcare industries have gone in the global battle with this frightful disease.
Imagine that you own a business and you are interested to get more insights about your customers’ preferences and interests, or you would like to understand how your employees are fitting into your business and what they are expecting from working in your company.
Asked to comment on having been diagnosed as a diabetic, S. Epatha Merkerson, the well-known American film, stage, and TV actress, has told the press that her diagnosis was a wake-up call! So, why did the World Health Organization classify diabetes as an epidemic?
Developing a new medicine takes 10 years on average and costs approximately USD 2.6 billion. The drug industry is growing at a robust pace due to the advancements in the healthcare industry, with its market share hovering around USD 44.2 billion in 2018.
We have to admit it! Yes, sometimes the health of newborn babies is in danger due to lack of communication between doctors and parents.
We also have to do something more positive to make it possible for parents of the infants who are born prematurely, or newborns with poor health, to communicate better with healthcare professionals in order for them to take a greater part in the care of their kids.
Like every industry in the world (in fact every centimeter!), the language services industry, including the translation sector, has been greatly impacted by the recent technology revolution (why not call it silicon revolution?!) and its related flow of developments in the fields of telecom, IT and many others. The impact is undeniably so fundamental that it has affected every and each area of our life.
Current research findings categorically show that the current pace of climate change across the globe is faster than any time over the past two millennia. This is the gist of a few research papers, published last quarter in well-known science magazines, that studied the climate of our world in the past 2000 years.