First-of-its-kind blended diet research tackles challenges faced by thousands of tube-feeding families in the UK

New research with families who have chosen blended diet for their tube-fed loved ones over commercial…

MDDUS Survey Reveals UK Doctors ‘Experiencing Moral Distress’ When Caring For Their Patients

Nearly four out of five (78%) family doctors across the United Kingdom are experiencing moral distress…

Researchers at Swansea University Conduct World’s largest study on facial scarring and mental health

Researchers at Swansea University have completed the world’s largest study of the link between facial scarring…

Study examines the devastating impact of loneliness on Autistic people

New research has revealed just how acutely Autistic people experience loneliness contradicting the stereotype that they…

Multi-drug resistant strain of E.coli battles bacteria in healthy gut

Different strains of E.coli can outcompete one another to take over the gut, a new study…

Babies with low birthweight four times more likely to develop chronic liver disease, new study finds

A groundbreaking new study, presented at UEG Week 2023, has discovered a significant connection between birthweight…

Eshelman Institute for Innovation establishes research collaboration with Aston University

Aston University and the Eshelman Institute for Innovation (EII) will look at developing treatments for traumatic…

6 of the Best Books for Understanding Thyroid Health

Considering the fact that up to 12 percent of the adult population will experience a thyroid…

Researchers Reveal a Patchwork of Mutations Contributing to Bipolar Disorder

Researchers find a link between bipolar disease and potentially pathogenic mosaic mutations found in neurodevelopmental disorder…

New Fluorescent Chiral-Selective Receptor System Represents a Breakthrough in Molecular Detection with Potential for Applications in Diabetes Management

Cyclodextrin and monoboronic acid-based receptor complexes show excellent D-glucose chiral selectivity ,paving the way for improved…