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phthalates

Phthalates: The ubiquitous chemicals that could be harming your health

Health Europa speaks to Dr Lariah Edwards from George Washington University, lead author of a new study which investigated the presence of phthalates and other...
gender inequality

Gender inequality within healthcare exposed by the COVID-19 pandemic

Blandine Mollard of the EIGE discusses the findings from the Gender Equality Index 2021 and explores how gender inequality needs to be addressed within...
Connecting care for cardiovascular diseases

Connecting care for cardiovascular diseases

HEQ speaks to Ed Harding, Strategic Adviser to The Heart Failure Policy Network about the organisation’s efforts to bridge the gaps in heart failure...
bacteriophages

ACD Pharma: Bacteriophages against multi-drug resistant bacteria

A small Norwegian R&D company are making monumental strides in the global fight against multi-drug resistance, constructing the world's first large-scale plant for producing...
Could a vaccine tax ensure equitable vaccine distribution?

Could a vaccine tax ensure equitable vaccine distribution?

Andreas Brøgger Albertsen of Aarhus University spoke to HEQ about how a vaccine tax could ensure a more equitable global vaccine distribution during the...
Lifestyle medicine: The blueprint for reframing healthcare and public health

Lifestyle medicine: The blueprint for reframing healthcare and public health

Lifestyle-related diseases are a growing threat to public health, but is enough being done to mitigate the risks? To discuss this, HEQ spoke with...
women's health

Bringing women’s health out of the shadows

Irene Oldfather, Director of Strategy and Engagement at The Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (the ALLIANCE) outlines some of the challenges associated with...
essential oils

Cephyra – The next evolution in essential oils

Leafcann® explains how its specialised, consumable GMP botanical extracts mark a new era for essential oils. The Cephyra® range is a new class of essential...
cancer treatment

Enhancing cancer patient lives through cancer treatment optimisation

Denis Lacombe, CEO of the EORTC, explores the challenges facing cancer research, and how the organisation is working to optimise cancer treatment. Cancer is the...
Prioritising investment and research into pancreatic cancer treatment

Prioritising investment and research into pancreatic cancer treatment

Chris Macdonald, Head of Research at Pancreatic Cancer UK explains why increased investment and research in pancreatic cancer treatment and symptoms are urgently needed. Early...
Whole genome sequencing for newborn screening

Whole genome sequencing for newborn screening

Sukhvinder Nijhar Nicklen, Market Development Leader at PerkinElmer, outlines the building blocks of an effective roll-out of Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) in the UK. The...
risk calculator

Reducing vaccine hesitancy with new COVID-19 risk calculator

Australian researchers have created a COVID-19 risk calculator to encourage discourse about getting vaccinated. Health Europa spoke to Dr Kirsty Short, virologist and co-lead...
antimicrobial resistance

Diagnostics against antimicrobial resistance – the next big move

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a major global health crisis, but there are still areas where diagnostics can help hinder it. When was the last time...
A new generation of targeted therapies for advanced diseases

A new generation of targeted therapies for advanced diseases

HEQ discusses the importance of targeted therapies for advanced diseases with CEO of Diaccurate, Dominique Bridon. Adopting a personalised approach to medicine and developing novel...
How an estrogen compound could benefit postmenopausal women

Exploring how an estrogen compound may benefit postmenopausal women

Dr Zeynep Madak-Erdogan and Qianying Zuo of the University of Illinois explain how an estrogen compound may be used to benefit postmenopausal women. Non-alcoholic fatty...
button battery ingestion

Addressing the growing issue of button battery ingestion in children

Consultant Paediatric Gastroenterologist, Christos Tzivinikos, discusses the worrying increase in button battery ingestion (BBI) in children and how this can be prevented. Button battery ingestion...
Driving awareness of non-healing wounds

Driving awareness of non-healing wounds

Leanne Atkin, chair of the Legs Matter campaign, outlines the common causes of non-healing wounds in the lower limbs. Chronic wounds pose an economic burden...
Painting a better picture of bone loss in postmenopausal women

Painting a better picture of bone loss in postmenopausal women

Researchers from the University of Eastern Finland discuss their findings from the world’s longest-running follow-up on bone mineral density in postmenopausal women. Osteoporosis is the...
liver disease

Exploring the growing burden of liver disease

With one in five people at risk of developing liver disease, Dr Michael Lutz discusses what can be done to tackle this growing threat. According...
skin conditions

Combatting chronic skin conditions with nutritional therapy

Nutritional therapist, Tamla Anderson, explains how a holistic approach to wellbeing can mitigate symptoms of chronic skin conditions like eczema. Our skin is often an...

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