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malaria vaccine

Researchers report malaria vaccine efficacy of 77%

Researchers from the University of Oxford and their partners have reported that the malaria vaccine, R21/Matrix-M, has demonstrated high-level efficacy of 77%.
leishmaniasis vaccine

Trial finds York/Hull leishmaniasis vaccine is safe

A new vaccine, developed by researchers at the Hull York Medical School, to treat leishmaniasis has proved to be safe in the first clinical trials.
healthier european union

A vision for a healthier European Union

Open Access Government explores the health priorities of Stella Kyriakides, Commissioner for Health and Food Safety, asking if lessons learned from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic can help to improve European healthcare?.
PCOS online forum, Polycystic ovary

Survey finds 30% of people with PCOS rely on online forums for information

There is little mainstream awareness of the condition that impacts one in ten women - currently, 30% of people with Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) rely on online forums for information.
HealthTracker

HealthTracker™ for patients, clinician & researchers

Professor Paramala Santosh, CEO of HealthTracker Ltd, co-developed the HealthTrackerTM platform – developed by clinicians, assisted by patients for patients, clinicians & researchers, more of which we learn about here.
access to treatment, NOR-SWITCH

Biosimilars: Improve access to treatment & reduce cost

Tore K Kvien & Guro L Goll argue that biosimilars are an opportunity for improving access to treatment & reducing cost and provide comment on the NOR-SWITCH study.
severe autoimmune diseases, immunotherapy

Curative approach to severe autoimmune diseases

Andrew Mackie, VP Business Development tells us how Imcyse, a Belgian immunotherapy expert, seeks a curative approach to severe autoimmune diseases.
healing chronic disease

A simple prescription for healing chronic disease

Dr Shireen Kassam MBBS, FRCPath, PhD, dipIBLM, Founder and Director of Plant-Based Health Professionals UK, explains a simple prescription for health as a remedy to chronic disease.
insulin to immunotherapy

From insulin to immunotherapy: A century of discovery

Dr Faye Riley, Senior Research Communications Officer at Diabetes UK, highlights how immunotherapy is raising hopes for the next big breakthrough in type 1 diabetes.
pandemic disease

Plague: The first pandemic disease

Ann G. Matthysse, Professor of Biology from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, writes in detail about plague, the first pandemic disease including comment on bacteria.
lower your blood pressure

Natural ways to lower your blood pressure

Dr Deborah Lee, Dr Fox Online Pharmacy, tells us about all the way you can naturally lower your blood pressure without medical intervention.
lower your cholesterol levels

How to naturally lower your cholesterol levels

Dr Deborah Lee, Dr Fox Online Pharmacy, shares her tips on how to naturally lower your cholesterol levels without using medication.
telehealth

COVID-19 and diabetes telehealth

Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe from Frost & Sullivan’s TechCasting Group, explains how the COVID-19 pandemic is the scenario for testing and demonstrating the successful implementation of diabetes telehealth platforms.
adolescent girls

Supporting adolescent girls from refugee backgrounds

Chief Talent & Global Strategy Officer Dr Dianne Morrison-Beedy highlights the major issue of how adolescent girls from refugee backgrounds have been forgotten in evidence-based sexual risk reduction interventions.
dis-ease

The role of the mind in dis-ease

We hear from emotional trauma expert and renowned healer, Antonia Harman about the role of the mind in dis-ease.
heart failure drug

Heart failure drug may treat COVID-19 long-hauler symptom

Researchers have found that an existing heart failure drug can improve the symptoms associated with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome.
rare disease treatment

UK collaboration will revolutionise rare disease treatment

The Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre (MMIC) has developed a scalable, sustainable and more cost-effective way to manufacture oligonucleotides and treat rare diseases.
bovine tuberculosis

Treating bovine tuberculosis (bTB) with artificial intelligence

Craig Rhodes, EMEA Industry Lead for Artificial Intelligence Healthcare and Life Science at NVIDIA, explores how bovine tuberculosis (bTB) can be monitored and treated more effectively and efficiently using Artificial Intelligence (AI).
childhood trauma

Childhood trauma linked to multiple sclerosis development

Scientist have found that childhood trauma could affect the development and treatment of multiple sclerosis in adulthood.
mealtimes

Changing mealtimes could prevent type 2 diabetes

In a new study, researchers will examine if changing our mealtimes to earlier or later in the day could reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.

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