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The April 2018 HSRAA annual conference

The April 2018 HSRAA annual conference

The Health Sciences Records and Archives Association (HSRAA) has announced that the April 2018 HSRAA annual conference in Brighton, UK, will host speakers from...
Does the male contraceptive pill show promise?

Does the male contraceptive pill show promise?

Researchers have said that a new male contraceptive pill is showing positive signs when being used daily for a month, with hormone responses consistent...
How does Alzheimer’s disease affect blood vessels?

How does Alzheimer’s disease affect blood vessels?

New research from the University of Barcelona, Spain, has found that mice suffering from Alzheimer’s also have malfunctions in small blood vessels. The study also...
British, German researchers unite against cardiovascular disease

British, German researchers unite against cardiovascular disease

A new €12m partnership has been announced between the German Centre for Cardiovascular Disease (DZHK) and the British Heart Foundation (BHF), to fund groundbreaking...
GlobalData: Companies must provide personalised health solutions

GlobalData: Companies must provide personalised health solutions

The unmet need for a cross-platform electronic health record (EHR) must be addressed for the healthcare space to move forward and bring with it...
Questionable obesity paradox challenged in new study

Questionable obesity paradox challenged in new study

The idea that it might be possible to be overweight or obese but not at increased risk of heart disease, also known as the...
European journal calls for medical cannabis to be mainstream

European journal calls for medical cannabis to be mainstream

In a new special issue of the European Journal of Internal Medicine, researchers are calling for medical cannabis to be properly established in the...
Physically fit middle-aged women 90% less likely to develop dementia

Physically fit middle-aged women 90% less likely to develop dementia

A study from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, has found that women in middle age who are physically fit are nearly 90% less likely...
Teenage obesity risk doubles with exposure to junk food adverts

Teenage obesity risk doubles with exposure to junk food adverts

The risk of teenage obesity doubles if the individual remembers seeing a junk food advert every day compared to those who couldn’t recall any...
IMI launches €82m call for proposals on immune-mediated diseases

IMI launches €82m call for proposals on immune-mediated diseases

The Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) is today launching a new €82m call for proposals which focus on immune-mediated diseases, imaging and digital clinical trials. Better...
UK government invests £210m into precision medicine programme

UK government invests £210m into precision medicine programme

The UK government is set to invest £210m (~€237m) into precision medicine and healthy ageing programmes as part of its landmark Ageing Society Grand...
UK Dementia Research Institute at UCL receiving £40m boost in funding

UK Dementia Research Institute at UCL receiving £40m boost in funding

The UK Dementia Research Institute (UK DRI), headquartered at University College London, is set to receive £40m (~€45m) of UK government funding to help...

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