‘Great concern’: Covid found in sewage

NSW Health has issued 46 new alerts for venues potentially exposed to coronavirus, with authorities also warning anyone in the Southern Highlands to watch for symptoms due to a positive wastewater detection. Fragments of the virus were detected at a sewage treatment plant at Moss Vale. “There are no known cases in this area, which… Read More »

Two Bean and Herb Salad

Make this two-bean and herb salad that won’t leave you or your friends hungry an hour later — hello fiber and plant-based protein! Beans are a delicious source of plant-based protein, they’re abundant in soluble fiber, and contain minerals like magnesium. Not only is this checking the box of nourishing, it’s also checking the box… Read More »

Lockdowns may not be effective at stopping the spread of COVID-19

As the delta variant of the coronavirus spreads through the United States, the possibility of lockdowns is looming. On Thursday, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Republican from Kentucky, hinted that lockdowns might return if more people don’t get vaccinated. “These shots need to get in everybody’s arms as rapidly as possible, or we’re going… Read More »

New project to implement digital safety and standards dashboards in Victoria

The Australian government-backed Digital Health Cooperative Research Centre has announced a A$ 2.1 million ($ 1.5 million) project to deliver real-time patient data through dashboards.  The Faculty of Information Technology and Eastern Health Clinical School, both institutions under Monash University, will lead the project. The Australian Council on Healthcare Standards, Eastern Health and Victoria’s Department… Read More »