From big data to database rights, Sean Leach, UK & European Patent Attorney at Mathys & Squire, explains the role technology plays in the future of healthcare.
Researchers have found that people who use social media for news are more likely to experience vaccine misinformation.
Certain pets in your home can improve both your physical and mental health, your social skills and your body’s ability to fight off the development of allergies.
Professor Amandine Garde highlights the growing recognition of unhealthy food marketing as a major children’s rights issue, and what can and should be done to address it.
The European Pain Federation has announced that the theme to this years European Year Against Pain event will be the Prevention of Pain.
Coronavirus is now a potent word: We dilute the fake news down to facts, describing the WHO approved methods to protect you from catching Coronavirus.
Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe from Frost & Sullivan’s TechVision Group, underlines the WHO’s annual Clean Your Hands campaign and comments on harmonisation in hand hygiene training to help prevent and control infections.
A new study has identified that vitamin D deficiency is one of the key causes of increased disc degeneration and lower back pain.
Tammy Z Movsas, MD, MPH, discusses how the Zietchick Research Institute aims to identify the main stimulus for the rapid progression of diabetic retinopathy during pregnancy.
Here, the iDEAL Group discuss the importance of foot care in diabetes and what can be done to improve the outcomes of patients' health.
Toni-Louise Gianatti from Soter Analytics, discusses why positional awareness is the missing link to behavioural change in manual handling workplace training.
A newly developed graphene-based implant can record electrical activity in the brain at extremely low frequencies and over large areas, unlocking the wealth of information found below 0.1 Hz and the potential for new epilepsy treatment.
Sam Mountney, Senior Policy & Campaigns Officer at Epilepsy Action, shares his expertise on cannabis-based medicines as a treatment for epilepsy in the UK.
Paul Holcroft, Associate Director at Croner, highlights some of the main issues that will affect employers regarding the recent Coronavirus outbreak and how to deal with them.
The role of vitamin D in pregnancy, preeclampsia and pregnancy loss are examined here as an example of the excellent work of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development in the U.S. around investigating human development.
Here, Dr Gary Bartlett a fully qualified GP and member of team GBR Snowboarding, discusses the causes, treatments and prevention of herniated discs and back pain.
Rather than just waiting for your hay fever symptoms to arrive then treating them with medicines, airborne allergens expert, Max Wiseberg, recommends a more holistic and natural approach to the problem.
Dr Will Sedley provides his opinions on how to objectively ‘measure’ tinnitus – the first crucial step in developing effective treatments or even a cure – as an example of the kind of project that Action on Hearing Loss is funding.
From improved mental health provisions to the age of telecommunications, Dr Ian Jackson, Medical Director and Clinical Safety Officer at Refero, discusses what 2020 might hold for technology in healthcare.
A hearing loss survey revealed that 1 in 5 brits are suffering from the most common tinnitus symptoms
A survey of 2,000 adults, commissioned by...