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Research and business opportunities in clinical microbiomics

Research and business opportunities in clinical microbiomics

Health Europa attended the 5th Microbiome R&D Business Collaboration Forum, and carries the words of Jacob Bak Holm from Clinical Microbiomics. Exploring areas of research...
£2.6m invested in new research to reduce risk of Type 2 diabetes

£2.6m invested in new research to reduce risk of Type 2 diabetes

Diabetes UK has invested £2.6m (~€3m) into 19 new projects that aim to make life-changing improvements in diabetes care and reduce people’s risk of...
The EUMH Alliance highlights importance of worker mental health

The EUMH Alliance highlights importance of worker mental health

On World Day for Safety and Health at Work (SafeDay), the European Alliance for Mental Health – Employment and Work (EUMH Alliance) highlighted that...
The HSRAA annual conference - Managing GxP records

The HSRAA Annual Conference – Managing GxP records

Health Europa provides coverage of this year’s HSRAA Annual Conference, focusing in particular on Emma Whale’s insight into the regulatory aspects of managing GxP...
A bad night’s sleep linked to suicidal thoughts in depression sufferers

A bad night’s sleep linked to suicidal thoughts in depression sufferers

New research from the University of Manchester, UK, has shown that having a bad night’s sleep can lead to suicidal thoughts in those suffering...
EU urged to improve co-operation against preventable diseases

EU urged to improve co-operation against preventable diseases

The European Commission has issued a set of recommendations for how the EU can strengthen co-operation in the fight against preventable diseases that can...
The EU Joint Programme on Neurodegenerative Disease Research

The EU Joint Programme on Neurodegenerative Disease Research

Professor Philippe Amouyel, chair of the EU Joint Programme on Neurodegenerative Disease Research, discusses the initiative’s new call to support health and social care...
Improving standards for people with incontinence

Improving standards for people with incontinence

Mattias Abrahamsson, vice-president for incontinence care at Essity, discusses the need for outcome measures to drive standards in continence care and explores how a...
Blockchain technology: supporting continuity of care

Blockchain technology: supporting continuity of care

Paul de Raeve, of the European Federation of Nurses Associations, discusses the potential of blockchain technology to assist in the continuity of care. Patients’ empowerment...
Common heartburn drug linked to pneumonia in older adults

Common heartburn drug linked to pneumonia in older adults

Pneumonia development in older adults has been found to have a link with the consumption of a group of certain medicines commonly used to...
The long-term consequences of cervical cancer and its treatment

The long-term consequences of cervical cancer and its treatment

More and more women in the UK are now surviving cervical cancer, but its long-term effects remain life-changing, as Rebecca Shoosmith explains. Over 3,200 women...
Are certain anticholinergic drugs linked to dementia risk increase?

Are certain anticholinergic drugs linked to dementia risk increase?

A link between long term use of certain anticholinergic drugs and dementia risk increase has been found by UK researchers. To help find the link...

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