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How to improve gut microbiome and modify immune system response

How to improve gut microbiome and modify immune system response

New research reveals live probiotics to be able to modify the immune system response and help us learn more about how to improve gut...
Maybe the princess kissed the frog because of ranavirus?

Maybe the princess kissed the frog because of ranavirus?

New research has shown frogs from groups that are exposed to the deadly disease, ranavirus, breed at younger ages to beat the epidemic. Scientists from...
Privileged access management: the crucial step for secure, digitised healthcare

Privileged access management: a crucial step for secure, digitised healthcare

Proper cybersecurity hygiene in the healthcare sector is imperative. This journey all starts with effectively managing privileged access, as CyberArk’s David Higgins explains. The increased...
Concomitant use of benzodiazepine drugs common amongst AD patients

Concomitant use of benzodiazepine drugs common amongst AD patients

The most commonly concomitant use amongst AD patients was benzodiazepine drugs and a weak opioid – where one in five people with Alzheimer’s disease...
People living in cold climates are more likely to be a heavy drinker

People living in cold climates are more likely to be a heavy drinker

According to a new study there is a link between average temperature, hours of sunlight and alcohol consumption, suggesting cold climates linking to those...
UK Government immigration plan causes major concern for NHS

UK Government immigration plan causes major concern for NHS

Focusing on getting the UK Government immigration plan right, NHS Employers chief executive voices his concern regarding the Prime Minister’s speech at the CBI...
Have researchers found a way to fight muscular paralysis?

Have researchers found a way to fight muscular paralysis?

Myotubular myopathy is a severely genetic disease leading to muscular paralysis and even results in death at a young age, however researchers may have...
According to NYU School of Medicine, men and women identifying as lesbian, gay, or bisexual are at a higher risk of opioid misuse compared with those who identify as heterosexual.

Levels of opioid misuse may be dependent on sexual orientation

According to NYU School of Medicine, men and women identifying as lesbian, gay, or bisexual are at a higher risk of opioid misuse compared...
Health Europa Quarterly Issue 07: explore the world of health and medicine

Health Europa Quarterly Issue 07: explore the world of health and medicine

Editor Kathryn Washburn introduces the seventh edition of Health Europa Quarterly, focusing on sustainable healthcare, medical cannabis, drug development and neurological disorders, among other...
Fill That Gap makes healthcare possible whenever, wherever

Fill That Gap makes healthcare possible whenever, wherever

Fill That Gap is a small organisation with a big vision: to ensure qualified and experienced healthcare professionals are accessible to all. Several years ago,...
Medical benefits of cannabis may be less effective than the liverwort plant

Medical benefits of cannabis may be less effective than the liverwort plant

For the first time researchers have found that the substance found in the liverwort plant could have the medical benefits of cannabis, perhaps even...
Relaxed air targets are tormenting northern China with smog air pollution

Relaxed air targets are tormenting northern China with smog air pollution

Northern China is now suffering with increased smog air pollution after the authorities relaxed air targets to encourage economic growth. Smog air pollution made a...

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