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Eating late at night increases risk of obesity, here’s why
Dieticians regularly warn against eating late at night but why is this and how does it affect body weight? New research reveals all.
Metabolism detects our ancestry and risk of diseases
Our ancestry can be detected not only in our genes, but also in our metabolism, says ground-breaking Yale-led study.
NHS green plans driving action
Dr Nick Watts, Chief Sustainability Officer of the NHS, reveals how the NHS green plans are driving action.
Long COVID lessons learned beyond the pandemic
The Long COVID lessons learned beyond the COVID-19 pandemic are detailed here by leading Professors working on the University College London STIMULATE-ICP programme.
Clinical Endpoints and data management in the era of ophthalmic precision medicine
Eric Buckland of Translational Imaging Innovations and Ronald Schuchard, Clinical Product Development Expert, explore the benefits of ophthalmic precision medicine to improve patient care across sectors.
How AI is transforming the future of patient care
Following the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare is being transformed through AI and technology, improving patient care in the NHS and beyond.
The future of diagnostics: Technology-driven 4P medicine in Europe
Karen Taylor, the Director at Deloitte Centre for Health Solutions looks at 4P medicine and its role in healthcare diagnostics.
20 years of impactful healthcare innovation
Graham Watson, Executive Chair at InnoScot Health, explains how the firm’s special 20th anniversary celebrates international healthcare innovation success.
Will CBD replace opioids?
America is gripped by opioid addiction and a dangerous opioid epidemic - could CBD be a viable replacement?
Is a hybrid approach the answer to supply chain issues for mental health services?
Dr Chuk Anyaegbuna, clinical service lead at Koa Health, and clinical psychologist, Dr Tania Johnston discuss how technology can support the current delivery system and improve access to mental health services.
Diabetes education to protect tomorrow
Prof Andrew Boulton, President, International Diabetes Federation, calls for more to be done to improve access to diabetes education.
Peripheral neuropathy: Tracking gait and biomarkers to keep feet healthy and whole
Novel smart insole solution helps people with diabetes ensure foot health, by preventing peripheral neuropathy ulcers and falls.
Healing benefits of honey offers alternative to antimicrobial drugs
According to researchers, the healing benefits of honey are so promising that the sweet substance may replace antimicrobial drugs.
Digital reader improves the accuracy of reporting positive lateral flow tests
Rob Banathy, Senior Product Manager at NHS Digital, explains how his team developed a lateral flow device digital reader service that can detect nearly twice the number of positive COVID-19 cases during early infection compared to the human eye.
AI-Powered e-Stroke Software in Andalucía
Brainomix’s AI e-Stroke software goes live across Andalucía, supporting the regional stroke network initiative.
School children favour vaping over smoking or taking drugs
Fewer school children are smoking or doing drugs, but vaping use among 11 to 15-year-olds is increasing, a study from NHS Digital finds.
The Immune system in Human Biology
Experts from Oxford Immune Algorithmics highlight how the Immune system has come under the spotlight in Human Biology, particularly as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Only immediate action will get us to net zero healthcare by 2050
In a significant step forward for net zero healthcare, countries responsible for over a third of global healthcare emissions have pledged to develop climate-resilient and low-carbon health systems.
These four tools could enable the future of AI in healthcare
Craig Rhodes, EMEA Industry Lead, AI for Healthcare and Life Sciences, NVIDIA, argues that just four tools could enable the future of AI in healthcare.
What behavioural economics has to offer to the NHS
At the centre of behavioural economics is an understanding that people do not always make rational decisions - here's how it could help the NHS.