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How sleep apnoea can affect teen academic performance

How sleep apnoea can affect teen academic performance

There is a potentially damaging disorder called sleep apnoea which can affect your ability to perform simple tasks due to the impact it has...
Could the use of a telemedicine platform improve the study of dementia?

Could the use of a telemedicine platform improve the study of dementia?

The Boston hospital is partnering with Fruit Street Health to use the latter's telemedicine platform to help those at risk of developing dementia develop...
Did you know that being overweight before 40 can increase the risk of cancer?

Did you know that being overweight before 40 can increase the risk of cancer?

In an international study, by the University of Bergen, Norway, researchers found that the risk of cancer is increased by being overweight. The researchers wanted...

Physical therapy access may reduce opioid prescriptions

A new study has shown that patients who first saw a physical therapist or chiropractor for lower back pain were much less likely to...
Lower blood lipids: can you eat a cheeseburger and have a strong heart?

Lower blood lipids: can you eat a cheeseburger and have a strong heart?

A breakthrough in the battle to, lower blood lipids, reduce cholesterol and Triglycerides comes with weight loss as a bonus. CannaLean had developed CLC, a...
French startup raises €1.8m to combat loneliness in chronic disease

French startup raises €1.8m to combat loneliness in chronic disease

With help from EIT Health Investor Network, French start-up Wefight, announced that they have raised €1.8m to battle loneliness in chronic disease. Wefight are aiming...
The world of silent strokes: a common phenomenon you didn’t know about

The world of silent strokes: a common phenomenon you didn’t know about

Canadian researchers have discovered that covert or silent strokes are common in seniors after they have elective, non-cardiac surgery and double their risk of...
Learn about the nano-vaccine for melanoma that has proven to be effective

Learn about the nano-vaccine for melanoma that has proven to be effective

Tel Aviv University scientists have developed a novel nano-vaccine for melanoma, whereby injection of nanoparticles has proven effective in mouse models. Researchers at Tel Aviv...
Can researchers treat liver failure without the need for liver transplants?

Can researchers treat liver failure without the need for liver transplants?

Researchers have used single cell RNA sequencing to identify a type of cell that may be able to regenerate liver tissue, treating liver failure...
Health Europa Quarterly Issue 10

Health Europa Quarterly Issue 10

Editor Sophie Clutterbuck introduces Health Europa Quarterly Issue 10, here our book delves into the world of Digital & E-health, medical cannabis, along with...
Will personalised skin graft provide better outcomes?

Will personalised skin graft provide better outcomes?

Speaking with Health Europa Dr Daniela Marino explains personalised skin graft, how CUTISS came to be, along with sharing the many challenges in the...
Liver diseases: rethinking food and exercise for a healthy liver

Liver diseases: rethinking food and exercise for a healthy liver

Western countries are experiencing liver diseases at an unprecedented rate, could adopting the Mediterranean diet be the best tool to combat this? Non-alcoholic fatty liver...

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