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To help combat Period Poverty, Initial Washroom Hygiene has partnered with Freedom4Girls, a UK-registered charity actively supporting women and girls in both the UK and worldwide, who struggle to access or afford safe menstrual protection.
We all know how difficult it is to work when we're tired but are you aware of the effects from lack of sleep on others? Maddy Keating from MHR explores
Enhance your clinical skills and practice and become an independent non-medical prescriber at the University of Salford.
WHO released a Global Influenza Strategy for 2019-2030 aimed at protecting people in all countries from the threat of influenza.
Dr Danny Metoo from University of Salford explains the extent of diabetes care in the world today and the various courses on offer in the field.
Amanda Miller, Course Leader, outlines the PgCert Simulation in Health and Social Care course available at the University of Salford.
Minister for Women and Equalities and Secretary of State for International Development, Penny Mordaunt will announce a new UK government campaign to break the silence and end global period poverty by 2030.
Sian Walkling, Marketing Manager, Initial Washroom Hygiene, discusses the need to tackle period poverty by creating a comfortable and dignified washroom for women.
Minister of Social Affairs and Health in Finland, Pirkko Mattila, explains how The Economy of Wellbeing is a means to taking a holistic approach to tackle future challenges.
Do restaurant servers walk more than 10,000 steps in a shift? Dr. Doyle-Baker discusses energy expenditure in relation to occupation and leisure activity.
A poll of adults aged 18-40 found 64% of men often bury their heads in the sand until they really have to seek help for any health concerns.
A group of experts from the University of California, Davis and the University of Southern California explain the extent to which environmental chemicals are contributing to the obesity epidemic.
Fears over a life-saving drug that can be used to treat alcohol addiction are unfounded, according to its first ever systematic review.
Open Access Government has assessed the ways in which blockchain technology and artificial intelligence can be used to dramatically impact our lives.
Open Access Government January 2019 features a number of high-quality articles on government policy issues from all around the world, including health and social care, research and innovation, education, transport, environment, energy, ICT, blockchain innovation, government, as well as legal affairs.
The days are getting shorter, the kids are back at school, and there are noticeably more leaves drifting around. As the Stark family motto grimly states, ‘Winter is coming,’ and with it, the promise of the start of the flu season
Sarah Bateup analyses how technology-enabled mental health treatments could be used to help those with Type 2 diabetes
Professor Iain Chapple from the University of Birmingham UK, explains the link between periodontitis and non-communicable diseases such as Type 2 diabetes
Cold weather puts young children, people over 65 and those with heart and lung conditions at risk from low temperatures
Chief Executive of the Huntington’s Disease Association, Cath Stanley shares the latest updates on Huntington’s research from the 2018 conference.