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Patient data used for research will be better protected under new safeguarding plans ahead of the GP Data for Planning and Research programme.
15 new studies, backed by £19.6 million through the National Institute for Health Research, will expand research into diagnosing and treating long COVID.
A World Health Organisation (WHO) study finds a link between moderate alcohol use and higher cancer risks - including in people who had up to two drinks a day.
Here Yourgene Health, a molecular diagnostics company with products and technologies that enable precision medicine in oncology from bench to clinic, discuss genetic testing - or more specifically, pharmacogenomics.
Dr Mathias Allemand and Dr Patrick L. Hill discuss the complex factors contributing to healthy ageing, and explore the ways in which personality traits can be considered as a component.
Imogen Keane, Business Development Manager at Service Robotics Ltd, explores how the remote care revolution is helping to address loneliness for the most vulnerable in our communities.
Postpartum mental health visits for new mothers increased by 30% during the COVID-19 pandemic, as researchers suggest that the increased use of virtual appointments may have removed barriers to care.
Dr. Richard E. Goodman created the allergen database, including a celiac database, for checking for similarities to allergens or celiac eliciting peptides.
Dr Nigel Shrive and Dr John Tyberg discuss their work on cardiovascular hæmodynamics and their experiences in the field of cardiac sciences.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has given emergency approval to the Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine - because there is ongoing "access inequity" for countries in the Global South.
Ahmed Samir Abdelhafiz and Zisis Kozlakidis both shed light on new technologies for knowledge translation in cancer.
Dr Deborah Lee, Dr Fox Online Pharmacy, explores the effects that sleep deprivation can have on your skin.
Rob Sillevis, Program Director for the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences at the Marieb College of Health & Human Services Organisation dissects the potential causes and effective management of cervicogenic headaches.
Michael Saul, Partner at Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors, ponders if more needs to be done to educate the public about the dangers of cosmetic surgery.
Nepal, which shares a long border with hard-hit India, is experiencing a meteoric rise in COVID-19 cases and facing an oxygen shortage.
National Plant Health Week (10th May) sets out to discover why plant health matters, the threats plants face, and plant health science.
Almost half of the parents who have children together with a parent with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder suffer from psychological issues themselves.
A new study from iPSYCH has found a correlation between glandular fever and an increased risk of depression.
James Chen, a philanthropist, discusses how philanthropists can follow the governments lead on addressing moonshot issues.
Professor Olivier Braissant is at the University Hospital of Lausanne (CHUV) - he works on rare genetic diseases impacting brain development.