Police seized over 10 kilograms of heroin in northwestern Turkey

Turkey seized over 10.15 kilograms (about 22 pounds) of heroin in the northwestern province of Bolu, a police source said on Jan. 21.

Anti-narcotics police, assisted by a sniffer dog, searched a suspicious car on a motorway in Bolu, recovering heroin from the trunk of the vehicle, said the source who asked not to be named due to restrictions on speaking to the media.

Eight People Have Died Following Complications of a Flu Infection Greece

Eight people have died following complications of a flu infection in the last ten days in Greece.

24 people are hospitalized in Intensive Care Units. Most of the patients have other health problems.

The incidence rate is expected to remain high in the coming weeks, which is not uncommon for the season.

Health Ministry prepares action plan to grow trust in vaccination against HPV

The Ministry of Health organised a working seminar on Thursday, attended by Romanian and foreign specialists, patients, family doctors, to prepare an action plan to inform and educate the population regarding the vaccine against HPV, but also about vaccination in general, shows a press release sent AGERPRES.

Scientists Discovered the Most Deadly Modern Disease in 500-Year-Old Mummies

The presence of fatty deposits called plaques in the walls of the arteries of people who died 500 years ago is surprising scientists

They discovered the most deadly modern disease in mummies. An international team of scientists conducted a computer scan of mummies from Greenland. They lived in the sixteenth century, which showed that even then people suffered from blocked arteries.