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Britain’s treatment of asylum seekers hits the disabled hardest

Britain’s treatment of asylum seekers hits the disabled hardest

The Immigration Advice Service talks us through how the global refugee crisis is weighted against those with physical and mental disabilities. The last decade has...
Apply to take part in trials using psilocybin to treat depression

Apply to take part in trials using psilocybin to treat depression

A new wave of scientific research into psilocybin has opened up new avenues for treating depression. King’s College London's Psychedelic Trials Group at the Centre...
Cannabis lowers odds of illicit opioid use in chronic pain patients

Cannabis lowers odds of illicit opioid use in chronic pain patients

Canada and America are currently experiencing an opioid crisis – with two million people suffering with an opioid disorder and more than 130 opioid...
World-first: new 4D printing technique has biomedical applications

World-first: new 4D printing technique has biomedical applications

A group of researchers have made a world-first discovery that can be used for biomedical applications. Delivering cancer drugs more efficiently and tissue engineering are...
Housing associations could revolutionise delivery of health and social care

Housing associations could revolutionise delivery of health and social care

A new report highlights how housing associations could help to revolutionise the way health and social care is delivered in the UK. The report published...
CT scan radiation associated with increased risk for cancer

CT scan radiation associated with increased risk for cancer

A new study has shown that people who have thyroid cancer and leukaemia are more likely to have received a CT scan. A new study...
Little progress made in the EU fight against antimicrobial resistance

Little progress made in the EU fight against antimicrobial resistance

The EU’s fight against superbugs, especially bacteria which have become resistant to antibiotics, has brought little progress to date. While EU action has led to...
AI in psychiatry: detecting mental illness with artificial intelligence

AI in psychiatry: detecting mental illness with artificial intelligence

Advances in AI has allowed for computers to help doctors in diagnosing disease and help monitor patients’ vital signs from any location. A team of...
NICE must consider therapeutic potential of different cannabis medicines

NICE must consider therapeutic potential of different cannabis medicines

The Centre for Medicinal Cannabis (CMC) is urging NICE to consider the potential therapeutic value of different cannabis formulations for a variety conditions. The CMC...
Cannabis: building bridges between ancient and modern medicine

Cannabis: building bridges between ancient and modern medicine

Nature’s intelligent design, recognised by older medicinal traditions, is finding its way back into modern western medicine, and cannabis is helping to open the...
Fotonica bio-lighting: cultivators increase cannabis yield and potency

Fotonica bio-lighting: cultivators increase cannabis yield and potency

Cultivators have succeeded in dramatically increasing the yield and potency of cannabis crops with a superior lighting solution. Earlier this year Fotonica™ engaged with several...
Clean Crop Solutions offers organic alternative to fight cannabis pests

Clean Crop Solutions offers organic alternative to fight cannabis pests and pathogens

The cannabis and hemp CBD industry is cementing roots across the globe. As the industry grows so does the demand for standardisation across products in...

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