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Long COVID: the long and winding road

Long COVID: the long and winding road

Katrina Delargy of Tiyga Health talks about combining knowledge and taking a multidisciplinary approach to managing COVID-19. 2020 has been vastly different to that which...
Reducing antimicrobial resistance with copper

Reducing antimicrobial resistance with copper

Antimicrobial resistance is a growing issue across the globe, and one company is addressing its burden on healthcare through the innovative use of copper. The...
Researchers provide recommendations to fix England’s test and trace

Researchers provide recommendations to fix England’s test and trace

Health researchers have provided a series of recommendations to fix the struggling test, trace, and isolate system in England. The researchers from the University College...
Health innovation for healthy ageing in Greater Manchester

Health innovation for healthy ageing in Greater Manchester

Greater Manchester, along with Cheshire and Warrington, has been successful in its bid to promote the city region as a High Potential Opportunity (HPO)...
Herd immunity a ‘dangerous fallacy’ according to researchers

Herd immunity a ‘dangerous fallacy’ according to researchers

Herd immunity is a ‘dangerous fallacy’ according to 80 researchers who have penned an open letter published in The Lancet. The researchers warn that a...
World Mental Health Day: mental health services chronically underfunded

World Mental Health Day: mental health services chronically underfunded

October 10 marks World Mental Health Day, and this year the World Health Organization (WHO) is highlighting the urgent need to increase investment in...
NHS to offer specialist help for ‘long COVID’ sufferers

NHS to offer specialist help for ‘long COVID’ sufferers

A £10m investment will go towards clinics that will help patients dealing with long-term COVID-19 health complications. A number of people who have contracted the...
NHSCC report recommends teaching pupils about selfcare

Report recommends teaching pupils about selfcare

School pupils should learn about selfcare for minor ailments as part of a ‘wholesale cultural shift’ in attitudes towards health services, says a coalition...
UK places first order for one million COVID-19 rapid antibody tests

UK places first order for one million COVID-19 rapid antibody tests

The UK Government has placed an order for one million COVID-19 rapid antibody tests. The UK Government has entered into a contract with Abingdon Health,...
MEPs call for Pharmaceutical Strategy to tackle antimicrobial resistance

MEPs call for Pharmaceutical Strategy to tackle antimicrobial resistance

MEPs have called on the European Commission to tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR) through the new Pharmaceutical Strategy for Europe. The European Commission’s Pharmaceutical Strategy for...
UK opens applications for green social prescribing pilots

UK opens applications for green social prescribing pilots

Applications are now open to deliver four ‘green social prescribing’ pilots a bid to help the communities hardest hit by COVID-19. Activities such as walking,...
Preparing for the future: global unity over pandemic preparedness

Preparing for the future: global unity over pandemic preparedness

Countries have come together to recognise that the COVID-19 pandemic will not be the last global health emergency and to outline the need for...

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