They aim to kill’: Gaza doctors recount experiences as war rages

Gaza City – For over 10 days, Palestinian specialists in the Gaza Strip’s principle al-Shifa medical clinic have been working nonstop to save lives during the Israeli armed force’s determined barrage of the blockaded area. No less than 230 individuals, including 65 kids, have been killed since Israel started bombarding the Gaza Strip on May…

Guantanamo manual supports controversial drug

Another approach for coercively feeding hunger strikers at the US Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay incorporates the suggested utilization of a dubious medication that might cause genuine neurological issues, including one that impersonates Parkinson’s illness. The UK-based common freedoms bunch, Reprieve, recorded an occurrence report this week with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)…

Nepal: Mental distress rises amid the devastation

Nuwakot, Nepal – Ever since the tremor, Mithu Pyakurel has endured flashbacks of the shaking and experiences difficulty perceiving her family members. Lying drowsy on a clinic bed in a vehicle leave turned crisis ward, 70-year-old Pyakurel attempts to hop up and escape at whatever point the counter uneasiness medication she’s taking wears off. “[She]…

Why has Uzbekistan jailed a man who attempted suicide?

Tashkent, Uzbekistan – On December 3, 2018, a man in his 60s wearing a dim blue coat and pants strolled onto the foundation of Pushkinskaya metro station in Tashkent. It was a cool morning in Uzbekistan’s capital. As the train drew nearer, the man hopped on the tracks. The train hit him and he fell…

The front-line heroes of the pandemic: Young carers

“I’m the younger sibling however now and again it seems like I’m the elder sibling,” says Willow. “Tracker needs to go to emergency clinic a great deal and he prefers me to go with him since it helps him to have an improved outlook.” The pandemic has changed this. “Presently I can’t go with him….

Q&A: Confronting trauma in Gaza City

Gaza City – Since this present summer’s overwhelming conflict in the Gaza Strip, the quantity of patients looking for help from the Gaza Community Center’s emotional well-being program has bounced by near 50%. The middle, which recently dealt with around 15 patients every day, is currently seeing up to 25, managers say – and the…

Lariam: The ‘health tragedy’ and the soldiers who pay

Glasgow, Scotland – At 38 years of age, the previous British Royal Navy engineer has lived a lot of his grown-up life in mental torture. Dispatched to Sierra Leone in 2000 as a component of Operation Palliser – Britain’s tactical intercession in the then conflict torn African state – the youthful Englishman went through weeks…

My mother’s battle with drug addiction in Pakistan

Karachi, Pakistan – Before I saw my mom in May, I had been fearing the gathering. I had no clue about what’s in store. She was furious and angry the last time I saw her. She had been secluded inside a restoration office in Karachi since late 2015 and was savagely opposing treatment. Before long…

The West goes to pot

I strolled into the center with $45, a personal ID and a coupon I found in an alt-week by week at the alcohol store across the road. I was feeling restless, I told the specialist, simply not out and out right: A little despondency here, a bit of a sleeping disorder there – obvious indications,…

The Afghan herbalist who claims to have a ‘cure’ for COVID-19

Kabul, Afghanistan – Mohammad Zaman voyaged 335 km (208 miles) going through Taliban designated spots, outlaws and significant length of unpaved streets to arrive at Kabul for a couple of vials of a fluid he accepts will fix COVID-19, the illness brought about by the Covid. Zaman asserted he was relieved of COVID-19 last month…