Now it is hoped further research could help improve treatments for both conditions, although experts are currently at a loss to explain the relationship between them. Tom Warner, Professor of Clinical Neurology at University College London, who authored the study, said yesterday: “We can now say more definitely that there is a link between diabetes […]
American fashion designer Kate Spade was tragically found dead in her New York City apartment yesterday. The beloved designer, known for her handbags and dresses, received hundreds of tributes on social media, from fans and famous face alike. One of those leaving a tribute was Ivanka Trump, who posted a touching tribute to Kate on […]
People are so reluctant to take their inhaler medication for mild asthma on a daily basis that a pharmaceutical company has come up with a different approach.
Now, to help monitor their salt intake, researchers have developed a flexible and stretchable wireless sensing system designed to be comfortably worn in the mouth. Based on an ultrathin membrane, the sensor incorprates a miniaturised flexible electronic system that uses Bluetooth technology to wirelessly report salt consumption to a smartphone or tablet. The researchers plan […]
BRITAIN’S back pain sufferers are facing a postcode lottery when it comes to treatment or pain relief, according to new research. Latest figures show that millions of Britons suffer the agony of lower back or neck pain.
GETTY – STOCK Back pain treatment is subject to a postcode lottery But a new report from the British Chiropractic Association shows that our chances of curing or even just reducing the pain, depend upon where we live in the UK. The research found significant differences in the number of people experiencing long term back […]
THOUSANDS of Britons are being unfairly targeted at work simply because they have diabetes, research today reveals.
A MIRACLE jab that could ease the misery of arthritis for millions of sufferers has been developed by scientists, it was revealed today. The breakthrough could also result in a reduction for the need for hip and knee replacement surgery that cost the NHS more than £1bn a year.
AN hour of social interaction a week is enough to dramatically improve the quality of life of dementia patients in care homes, a study shows.
ONE of Nicola Mendelsohn’s favourite sayings – displayed on posters around the London offices of Facebook where she is the company’s vice president for Europe, the Middle East and Africa – is: “What would you do if you weren’t afraid?” It was intended to encourage blue-sky thinking at work but for the past 15 months […]