Posts from Category: medical-equipment

15 January 2020

Sir Jackie Stewart: F1 is Hastening Race to Dementia Cure

Formula 1’s ability to find quick solutions is hastening the race to find a cure for dementia, believes three-time world champion Sir Jackie Stewart. Former F1 ...
14 January 2020

NHS Approves ‘Wonder Drug’ for Migraines for Use in Scotland

A migraine drug which has been hailed as ‘life changing’ by some users has been approved for use by the NHS in Scotland. Benefits Patients are set ...
14 January 2020

New Prostate Cancer Drug Approved by NHS in Scotland in UK First

A new drug which will help extend the lives of men with prostate cancer has been accepted for use by the NHS in Scotland, in ...
3 December 2019

Cancer Drug Could Be Used to Treat Endometriosis

The painful symptoms of endometriosis could be treated with the help of a drug which was investigated originally as a cancer treatment. New Research New research by ...
28 November 2019

NHS England and Public Health England Urging Those Eligible to Get Free Flu Vaccine

Public Health England (PHE) and NHS England (NHSE) are urging all parents and guardians of two and three-year olds to protect them against the flu, ...
26 November 2019

Ambulance ‘Turnaround’ Times See Huge Rise

Hospitals in the Republic of Ireland have seen a huge rise in the amount of time it takes ambulance crews to prepare for emergencies, with ...
21 November 2019

The NHS Facing ‘Unprecedented Shortage’ of Lifesaving Medications

The NHS is facing running out of lifesaving medications, which help those who are suffering from cancer, heart conditions and epilepsy. Leaked Document In a 24-page document, ...
20 November 2019

Bioethics Expert Calls for Research into Genetically Modified Babies

A leading bioethicist from Abertay University in Dundee has called for research into genetically modified babies, saying that it is not only ethically justifiable, but ...
13 November 2019

Dementia Patients in Wales Benefit from Cannula Sleeves

Dementia cannula sleeves, which have been devised and made by volunteers at Handmade for Dementia, have now been issued to the Welsh Ambulance Service. Handmade for ...
12 November 2019

NHS Long Term Plan Gives Thousands Life-Changing Diabetes Monitors

Through the NHS Long Term Plan, the NHS has given 6,000 people across the Midlands with Type 1 diabetes access to life-changing diabetes monitors. Blood Sugar ...

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    17 January 2020

    Heart Attack and Stroke Deaths Related to Air Pollution Could Exceed 160,000 by 2030

    Heart and circulatory disease deaths attributed to particulate matter air ...
    17 January 2020

    NAO Report on Carillion’s PFI Hospital Contracts

    The National Audit Office (NAO) has released a report on ...
    15 January 2020

    Sir Jackie Stewart: F1 is Hastening Race to Dementia Cure

    Formula 1’s ability to find quick solutions is hastening the ...

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    17 January 2020

    Heart Attack and Stroke Deaths Related to Air Pollution Could Exceed 160,000 by 2030

    Heart and circulatory disease deaths attributed to particulate matter air ...
    17 January 2020

    NAO Report on Carillion’s PFI Hospital Contracts

    The National Audit Office (NAO) has released a report on ...
    15 January 2020

    Sir Jackie Stewart: F1 is Hastening Race to Dementia Cure

    Formula 1’s ability to find quick solutions is hastening the ...
Scheduled Maintenance We are making some improvements to your service, which will require essential planned maintenance and downtime during the weekend of Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th January 2020. Your service will be offline during the period below:
Planned Start: Saturday 25th January, 09:00 BST | Planned End: Sunday 26th January, 18:00 BST
The downtime will enable a significant upgrade to your service, paving the way for higher performance levels and new features and functionality.

We will be working to ensure that the downtime experienced will be minimal and apologise for any inconvenience which this may cause.

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