Category: Medical Research

Artificial Intelligence reduces workload strain, patient waiting time and gives Radiologists a heads up on urgent cases – improving care. October 5th 2020, Swindon, UK: Today, iDoc.ai an AI initiative of Teleglobal Consulting LTD (TCL) announced the availability of iBCS…

One influence of COVID-19 is its change to our lifestyle and perception on healthcare. Social distancing, limited medical resources and more attention to healthcare lead to a move from centralized hospital to remote patient monitoring. In addition, the availability of…

The Union for International Cancer Control eagerly applauds the adoption of the World Health Organization’s Global Strategy towards eliminating cervical cancer as a public health problem. This is an unprecedented milestone for public health and UICC will work tirelessly with its members…

After the inaugural World of Microbiome: Pregnancy, Birth & Infancy Conference in 2019 –the 1st international event focused on the impact of microbiome on maternal, fetal and early infancy health, this year the series is expanding by adding the World…

The UK is now faced with a tidal wave of need for rehabilitation services and occupational therapists are uniquely placed to help with it. As a result of COVID-19, The Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT) in England and across…

Blocking brain signals detected in the kidney could help unlock future treatments for kidney failure, heart disease, and stroke Scientists have discovered an important cell signalling pathway in the kidney which if stopped, could hold the key to treating chronic…

COVID-19 is the UK’s largest public health crisis since World War II. There is an urgent need to identify why some patients with the virus do very well whereas others need to be admitted to intensive care and may die…

People who have completed consumer DNA test kits are being asked to take part in a study led by the University of Bristol and the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology (LMB) to find out whether it is possible to predict…

Users of high-potency cannabis are four times more likely to report associated problems, and twice as likely to report anxiety disorder, than users of lower-potency strains, according to new research from the University of Bristol. Published today on JAMA Psychiatry…

New data published today from an international registry reveals high rates of death and liver failure amongst people with liver disease who contract coronavirus. Alarmingly, more than a third – 36% of patients with cirrhosis who developed the virus died.…