Tag Archives: health

Radcliffe fellow’s project demystifies health care system

James Sturm has spent his life crafting comics, from a miniseries on the lives of Marvel superheroes to history-themed graphic novels. But following the fraught 2016 presidential election, Sturm turned his attention to a different kind of storyline. “It seemed as if the very idea of democracy was under assault and at that point I… Read More »

COVID-19 vaccines: British health officials refuse to approve shots for healthy children ages 12-15

British health officials have refused to approve COVID-19 vaccinations for healthy children aged 12-15 years old.  Ministers have asked the officials to review the guidance in light of possible issues that might arise as the school term gets under way. The current guidance would allow for teens with underlying conditions or vulnerable parents to get… Read More »

Mandated COVID-19 vaccines for CSU health students from 2022

Charles Sturt University is mandating the COVID-19 vaccine for students studying health from next year, or they won’t be allocated a work placement. In a COVID statement published online, the Interim Vice-Chancellor, Professor John Germov said, “In line with government advice, Charles Sturt is strongly encouraging all staff and students to have their COVID-19 vaccination… Read More »

‘Aardman short films encouraging lonely children to reach out for mental health help’

Loneliness and perfectionism have emerged as the two biggest issues affecting young people’s mental health. The findings come from a ­campaign, What’s Up With Everyone?, which has seen award-winning ­animators ­Aardman, the studio behind Wallace and ­Gromit, work alongside experts at the ­University of Nottingham. Launched in February, the novel approach is to inform and… Read More »