Research in sheep suggests possible early test for fetal heart health

Changes in heart rate, due to low oxygen conditions, experienced by the fetus during pregnancy, could…

Why workplace culture sees 44% of care workers leave their jobs every year

The latest Skills for Care report (September 2019) estimates that the turnover rate of staff working…

Recovery from years of inactivity requires focusing on performing resistance exercises rapidly

Several years of hospitalisation, one example of muscle inactivity, causes a disproportionate decline in the muscle strength known to affect balance, increase the…

How Nanotech is helping in the fight against cancer

Researchers from Nazarbayev University are studying the use of nanomaterials as a form of cancer treatment…

Clinical research suggests self-compassion amongst healthcare assistants can lead to better patient outcomes

New clinical research from Christchurch Group – the UK’s leading provider of award-winning neurorehabilitation services and…

The UK’s mission to reduce violence in mental health care: What can be done?

In 2018/19, the government planned to spend £12.2 billion on mental health services. Despite this, the number…

PACS Security Headache for Hospitals: Researchers reveal 1.19 billion patient x-rays, CT & MRI scans ‘free to access’ online

Vulnerability management specialist Greenbone Networks has released updated details of its research in to the security…

Case Study: Slips, trips and falls – when they don’t just ‘get better’, physiotherapy can help

Rhian Davies, Chartered Physiotherapist and Clinical Director at one2one Therapies in Bridgend, shares how stubborn injuries…

More men than women are opting for GP consultations by phone or video

Analysis of member data taken from the Vitality GP app has today revealed men make 9%…

Half of all commonly used drugs profoundly affecting the gut microbiome, warn experts

A new study presented at UEG Week 2019 has found that 18 commonly used drug categories…