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endometriosis symptoms, endometriosis diagnosis

Why is endometriosis still hard to diagnose?

Endometriosis, a condition impacting at least 190 million people globally, remains relatively ignored - why is it still hard to access treatment? 
living with Huntington's Disease

Supporting families living with Huntington’s Disease

Chief Executive of the Huntington’s Disease Association, Cath Stanley, maps out the charities ongoing work to support its community, despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
landscape for type 1 diabetes

A changing landscape for type 1 diabetes

Dr Faye Riley, Senior Research Communications Officer at Diabetes UK, charts a changing landscape for type 1 diabetes.
antibody treatments

Campaigners call for approval of life saving COVID-19 antibody treatments

A group of patient bodies, charities and senior clinicians have urged the Government to approve the use of life-saving COVID-19 antibody treatments.
brain injury

Hormones contribute to movement impairment after brain injury

Hormones released after a brain injury contribute to movement problems on the left and right sides of the body, according to a new study.
melanoma cells

Antibiotics effective in treating melanoma

Researchers at KU Leuven have discovered that certain antibiotics appear to be effective in treating a form of skin cancer known as melanoma.
ivermectin for acne

What is ivermectin for acne rosacea?

Dr Deborah Lee, Dr Fox Online Pharmacy, instructs us on how to use ivermectin to treat acne rosacea.
early onset psychosis

Patients with early onset psychosis could benefit from treatment for depression

Treatment for depression, including anti-depressants and other medication, may benefit patients with early onset psychosis.
brimonidine tartrate gel

Acne rosacea: What is brimonidine tartrate gel?

Dr Deborah Lee, Dr Fox Online Pharmacy, tells us all about brimonidine gel as an effective treatment for acne rosacea.
oesophageal cancer

Simple test for early detection of oesophageal cancer is being rolled out in Scotland

A non-invasive test for the early detection of oesophageal cancer has been developed by a team of researchers at the Medical Research Council (MRC) Cancer Cell Unit and is now being rolled out across Scotland.
treatment for acne rosacea

Metrogel and rosex gel as a treatment for acne rosacea

Dr Deborah Lee, Dr Fox Online Pharmacy, examines how metronidazole gel works as a treatment for acne rosacea, how effective it is and how to use it.
treating long covid

New studies will expand research into diagnosis and treatment of long COVID

15 new studies, backed by £19.6 million through the National Institute for Health Research, will expand research into diagnosing and treating long COVID.
periorbital hyperpigmentation

What causes periorbital hyperpigmentation and how can you treat it?

Dr Deborah Lee, Dr Fox Online Pharmacy, tells us all about periorbital hyperpigmentation, including what causes it and how it can be treated.
Acute care

Using protective therapies to reduce risks in acute care

As your specialist in Acute Care, Draeger Medical UK Ltd is focused on providing protective therapy solutions in the operating room, intensive care unit and neonatal intensive care unit. The aim has always been to improve clinical outcomes and reduce risks in acute care; which has never been truer than in the time of a global pandemic.
medical issues

Medical devices: Technology addressing medical wellbeing

Bernard Ross, CEO of Sky Medical Technology, looks at how wearable medical technology can address some of the most critical medical issues of the 21st Century.
nurse PTSD, ICU

Study finds 47% of US critical care nurses at risk of PTSD

When it comes to facing the COVID pandemic, healthcare professionals were at the frontline and new research suggests that 47% of critical care nurses are at risk of PTSD.
endothelium and long COVID, long COVID

Scientists investigate link between endothelium and Long COVID

Scientists examining how COVID impacts the entire human body, not just the lungs, believe that there could be a link between the endothelium and Long COVID.
health technologies

Building readiness for innovative health technologies

Senior Researcher in Social Science Michael Morrison explains why disruptive technologies need institutional and systemic readiness to truly realise the benefits of healthcare innovation.
treating genetic diseases

Today’s challenge of treating genetic diseases

Professor Olivier Braissant highlights here, how the challenges of treating genetic diseases can be exemplified by research on creatine transporter deficiency.
glucose monitoring

Medical wires in continuous glucose monitoring

Gary Davies, from Sandvik Materials Technology, explains how medical wires are helping patients monitor blood glucose levels without the need for daily testing.

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