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David Henry

David Henry

Professor of Evidence-Based Practice, Institute for Evidence-Based Healthcare, Bond University
Most of my research concerns making use of large linked population data sets to analyse the impact of healthcare interventions, including drugs, medical procedures and higher level policies.

How well do COVID vaccines work in the real world?

Jul 04, 2021 12:58 pm UTC| Health

Many Australians will be weighing up whether to be vaccinated with the AstraZeneca vaccine, which is widely available, or to wait for Pfizer later in the year. There are many factors to consider. One is how well these...

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Economy

E-Mart in a bid to acquire Ministop Korea

E-Mart, the largest convenience store chain in South Korea, is looking to buy Ministop Korea after placing its bid for the acquisition. The plan was revealed last weekend, and E-Mart officially joined Unison Capital and...

Samsung Life faces probe for improperly benefitting affiliate

The countrys top antitrust regulator Korea Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) could probe Samsung Life Insurance for violating shareholder regulations in allegedly providing improper benefits to another affiliate. It is...

Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo now serving caramel cappuccino spiked with rum

The Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Tokyo is now serving a cappuccino spiked with a touch of rum called the Kinema Cappuccino and topped with caramel popcorn and craft caramel sauce for $17.44. It is available in hot and...

Suntory develops 100% plant-based PET bottle

The Suntory Group has created a prototype polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottle made from 100 percent plant-based materials as a crucial step toward eliminating all petroleum-based virgin plastic from its bottles and...

Politics

Iran not allowed to 'slow-walk' negotiations over nuclear deal, says US

Talks resumed last week with Iran about the nuclear deal in Vienna. The US has recently warned Iran against attempts to slow-walk its way in the ongoing negotiations. AFP reports that over the weekend, the US has warned...

South China Sea: There would be 'terrible consequences' if China invades Taiwan, says US

The increasing aggression of China, especially towards Taiwan, has become a cause of concern for other nations, especially the US. Washington has now warned that there would be terrible consequences should China decide to...

Capitol insurrection: Rep. Adam Schiff says John Eastman would be held in contempt for defying subpoena

Lawyer John Eastman, who drafted the infamous memo that detailed how then-vice president Mike Pence could overturn the 2020 election results, was subpoenaed by the House Committee probing the Capitol insurrection. Rep....

Nancy Pelosi says conservative Supreme Court justices need a session on the 'birds and the bees'

The Supreme Court has recently begun a hearing that could potentially overturn the ruling on Roe v. Wade, giving a woman the right to have an abortion. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi weighed in on the hearing, criticizing the...

Science

New study shows drinking coffee, tea may reduce risk of dementia, stroke

Coffee and tea drinkers had lower risks of dementia and stroke, according to a study published in Plos Medicine in November 2021. This study involved 365,682 participants aged 50 to 74 years from the UK...

Doosan Robotics launches collaborative robot cafe

Doosan Robotics Co. has produced an unmanned modular robot cafe, which refers to a robot that can work with a human. The unmanned modular robot cafe is 1.8 meters wide, 1.59 meters long, and 1.85 meters high. Doosan...

Nissan to roll out unmanned vehicle for traversing the moon's surface

Nissan Motor Co. rolled out on Dec.2 an unmanned rover prototype to operate on the moon using its electric cars all-wheel-control technology to let it operate under harsh conditions. The Japan Aerospace Exploration...

S. Korean researchers find use for apple peel and crab apple as natural pigment

South Koreas Apple Use Research Institute has developed a reddish natural pigment extraction and recycling method using wasted apple peel and crab apples. Apple peel contains the reddish natural pigments called...

Pigeons consider safety, food availability in picking where to perch

Pigeons consider safety and food availability in picking where to perch, according to Keio University professor emeritus of animal behavior, Shigeru Watanabe. The finding could help cities manage pigeon...

Technology

PAC-MAN COMMUNITY launches on Facebook Gaming with new ‘Play with Streamer’ feature

Meta announced a new project for Facebook Gaming on Monday called PAC-MAN COMMUNITY. It is a new interactive game exclusively available in the streaming platform that also paves the way for the introduction of a new...

‘Stalker 2’ may require 180GB of storage space on Xbox

Stalker 2 is one of the most anticipated games on Xbox Series X/S. The game is still a few months away from its launch, but its official Xbox store page has been recently updated, revealing how much storage space it will...

Samsung accidentally posts Galaxy S21 FE teaser on its support page

The latest leak about the Galaxy S21 FE has, ironically, come from Samsung. The company appeared to have accidentally posted the upcoming mid-range phones promotional image after its official support page briefly went...

‘Final Fantasy 14’ players to get free game time compensation due to server congestion

As Square Enix warned, the release of the new Final Fantasy 14 expansion Endwalker has led to server congestion causing long queues. To make up for the situation, the developer announced it would give away seven days of...
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