Archive for the ‘General Healthcare’ Category

Five apps for achieving a new and better you

Predictions have been made that the wellness and fitness market across the UK will hit £22.8 billion by the time we reach 2020. So much of this industry is currently dominated by the purchasing of sports equipment, gym memberships, alternative medicine and weight loss initiatives, while a lot of people would have begun 2019 by […]

THOUSANDS MORE CARE WORKERS NEEDED IN WALES BY 2030

Wales will need thousands more people to work in caring roles with adults and children by 2030 if it is to keep pace with the growing demand for care services and provide support for communities across the country. To help attract more people to work in care, a national campaign called WeCare has been launched […]

Healthcare Sensors: Piezoelectrics the New Gymnasts, Finds New Global IDTechEx Research Market Report

Healthcare Sensors: Piezoelectrics the New Gymnasts, Finds New Global IDTechEx Research Market Report Healthcare electronics is rapidly deploying for wellness, electroceuticals, intrusive medical procedures and more, powered by new technologies. Much of it is trending to diagnostics and treatment on the move and removing the need for the patient to perform procedures on time. Instruments become wearables […]

I was exhausted, in constant pain and waiting for neck surgery – until I tried ‘Intervertebral Disc Decompression’

Facing a major operation on her neck and frightened of the potential consequences, Gail Redpath was desperate to find an alternative to relieve her debilitating pain. The 46-year-old payroll officer was suffering pins and needles and numbness in her arms which was making her working life unbearable. “I was having to stop what I was […]

Min Doktor and Kaia Health unveil innovative digital healthcare partnership to reduce back pain

Sweden’s leading digital healthcare provider, Min Doktor, which provides doctor-patient communications through voice, video, and text, and allows doctors to issue prescriptions, is pioneering an innovative digital approach to back pain treatment with Kaia Health, a leading digital therapeutics company whose AI app has been shown to reduce back pain by 40%*. According to the World Health Organisation […]

Considering Medical Treatment in the Ukraine

Many publications state the services provided by the NHS has become worse over the last few years. And it may not change for some time. British hospitals are so overloaded that some patients sometimes wait weeks for their appointment and even months. There are some articles describing beds being located in the hospital corridors. A high-quality health care for those […]

Ways To Keep Fit In Later Life

Without actively maintaining fitness and strength, day to day tasks can become increasingly difficult to carry out. A sedentary lifestyle in later life can produce major health implications, affecting everything from our bones, mobility and even eyesight. It’s recommended that people over 65 should aim to spend 150 minutes on exercise each week, there are ways to […]

Smart Cells supports Rare Disease Day 2018 with social campaign

There are more than 6000 known rare diseases and over 30 million people living daily with them. 28th February marks Rare Disease Day 2018, a date that highlights awareness around these conditions and the need for more research into them. Private cord blood company, Smart Cells, has chosen to support Rare Disease Day this year […]

The complications of smoking long term on your health

10 million people smoke in the UK however although it is commonly acknowledged that smoking is bad for your health many people do not know the extent of damage with the UK society of Psychiatrists describing it as the “the biggest and most avoidable cause of death in the UK.” As 100,000 people die from […]

Australian flu from a UK perspective

Flu season this year has been especially bad with Strain H3N2 of Influenza A dubbed the ‘Aussie flu’ has been said to be taking over the UK. Last year it caused havoc in Australia with an estimated 29,000 admissions of confirmed influenza since April 2017. Figures from Public Health England show that so far this […]