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Calls for improved mental health support after experiences of terror attacks

Calls for improved mental health support after experiences of terror attacks

Those who experience terror attacks often suffer with mental health problems following the incident. A government scheme for mental health support of people affected by...
Housing associations could revolutionise delivery of health and social care

Housing associations could revolutionise delivery of health and social care

A new report highlights how housing associations could help to revolutionise the way health and social care is delivered in the UK. The report published...
Artificial Intelligence – is it fake news for health and social care?

Artificial Intelligence – is it fake news for health and social care?

Ian Jackson, Medical Director and Clinical Safety Officer at Refero, makes the case for renaming Artificial Intelligence in health and social care. The Department of...
A good life longer: Bee Concepts’ vision for the ageing population

A good life longer: Bee Concepts’ vision for the ageing population

Bee Concepts CEO and founder Knut Ruud explains how the company’s innovative solutions are facilitating healthy, active lifestyles for the ageing population. Today, we live...
Teenage gender dysphoria and improving primary care services

Teenage gender dysphoria and improving primary care services

With a growing number of adolescents identifying as transgender, a review aims to help primary care services address teenage gender dysphoria. Published in Canadian Medical...
Hey Siri – what does the future hold for social care technology?

Hey Siri – what does the future hold for social care technology?

The CEO of TEC Services Association, Alyson Scurfield, talks of the development of social care technology and what benefits this can bring. Alyson Scurfield, of...
Rethinking the UK approach to dementia care

Rethinking the UK approach to dementia care

Dementia is now the leading cause of death in the United Kingdom, so why does dementia care and support lag woefully behind that for...
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Understanding mucopolysaccharide storage diseases

What are mucopolysaccharide storage diseases? What are their signs and symptoms? And what treatment options are available for patients? These are just some of the...
NHS 70th anniversary: experts say patient care needs improvement

NHS 70th anniversary: experts say patient care needs improvement

As NHS 70th anniversary celebrations take place today, experts are commenting on the current condition of the healthcare service, saying more needs to be...
Too much blood pressure medication negatively affects older patients

Too much blood pressure medication negatively affects older patients

Old and frail patients are at an increased risk of mortality and memory issues if their blood pressure medication lowers their blood pressure too...
Cancer in elderly people is expected to increase 80% by 2035

Cancer in elderly people is expected to increase 80% by 2035

Cancer in elderly people is expected to dramatically rise to 80% in less than 20 years, new figures from Cancer Research UK (CRUK) reveal. Around...
Loneliness found to be strong predictor of premature death

Loneliness found to be strong predictor of premature death

Loneliness is bad for the heart and a strong predictor of premature death, a new study presented at EuroHeartCare 2018 suggests. Loneliness and social isolation...

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