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Beware of social media shared homemade products

Beware of social media shared homemade products

Have you found that you want to be more on board with making ethical homemade products? And that social media is great for the...
Promising clinical research could revolutionise mucopolysaccharidosis treatment

Promising clinical research could revolutionise mucopolysaccharidosis treatment

According to research, mucopolysaccharidosis treatment is still emerging, but recent drug approval & promising clinical research studies could accelerate treatment pattern for those suffering. Mucopolysaccharidosis...
Universal health coverage - Smarter research & development to tackle global health priorities

Universal health coverage – Smarter research & development to tackle global health priorities

WHO’s new Science Division launched an online resource to guide the development of Universal health coverage to further help combat global health priorities. An essential...
Mindmore is transforming neurocognitive care with technology

Mindmore is transforming neurocognitive care with technology

Discover how Mindmore is making neurocognitive care and screening more efficient and more reliable. By digitising traditional paper and pencil-based tests, Mindmore's unique technology helps...
COLOSSUS: The first patient recruited in translational trial for metastatic colorectal cancer

COLOSSUS: The first patient recruited in translational trial for metastatic colorectal cancer

EU-funded Horizon 2020 translational trial could lead to revolutionary treatment for advanced metastatic colorectal cancer. The University Hospital Mannheim, Germany, has recruited the first patient...
Habitual coffee drinkers genuinely do wake up and smell the coffee

Habitual coffee drinkers genuinely do wake up and smell the coffee

Did you know that habitual coffee drinkers are not just more sensitive to the odour of coffee and faster to identify it, but the...
Surgical abortion and the link to physician procedures

Surgical abortion and the link to physician procedures

According to new research published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, physician procedure volume is linked to outcomes after surgical abortion. Although surgically induced abortion...
AI could prevent unneeded tests in those with stable chest pain

AI could prevent unneeded tests in those with stable chest pain

According to researchers, a new form of AI has the ability of saving one hour of testing per patient, in particular those with stable...
Nanobubble technology: Can oxygen rich blood benefit cancer treatment?

Nanobubble technology: Can oxygen rich blood benefit cancer treatment?

According to researchers, nanobubble technology, can deliver oxygen to diseased cells and help restore the effectiveness of cancer treatment. Professor Joseph Irudayaraj and his team...
Explore the world of healthcare IT solutions from a global regional perspective

Explore the world of healthcare IT solutions from a global regional perspective

Healthcare IT solutions is on the cusp of revolutionising the dynamics of medical care, here we explore a regional perspective of the matter. The healthcare...
NHS Digital set to accelerate digitally enabled care with VMware Cloud

NHS Digital set to accelerate digitally enabled care with VMware Cloud

NHS Digital maintains and develops the mission-critical IT infrastructure that underpins the NHS and social care – but can a new hybrid solution improve...
Tumour blood flow revealed by image-based computer model

Tumour blood flow revealed by image-based computer model

Have researchers uncovered the “Google Maps” equivalent for cancer? Find out how an image-based computer model reveals the finer details of tumour blood flow. Johns...

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