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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is currently spreading through all areas of society, with daily headlines showcasing how AI can revolutionise nearly every human activity. AI has now made its way to healthcare sector, both through analytics and clinical treatment, as demonstrated…

Almost half (43%) of the UK wouldn’t help someone about to jump off a bridge and take their own life More than two thirds (71%) of over 55’s are not first aid trained 46 per cent of males wouldn’t stop…

Leading MedTech firm – ANCON Medical – discusses what the future of medical tests will tell us Fingerprints have been used as a form of identification for centuries and were first used in a criminal investigation in 1892 to clear…

 Moving between jobs is now seen as a common reality of most people’s working lives, and we know that government and employer policies can affect both the frequency and type of job mobility happening in the UK, for example through…

Alzheimer’s Research UK, the UK’s leading dementia research charity, is asking people to take part in a new survey that could help shape future treatments for dementia. The online survey asks for people’s views on the aspects of daily life…

To modernise the NHS would cost the average household an extra £340 tax by 2023-24, in addition to extra funding planned. This would still be less than many OECD countries spend on healthcare. To simply maintain current standards, the figure…

Leading cancer diagnosis technology – ANCON Medical – discusses how the only way to stem rampant cancers is to catch them early Figures released yesterday by the ONS reiterated the importance of early diagnosis for cancer treatments. While four of…

Responding to the latest NHS performance statistics, Nick Ville, director of membership and policy at the NHS Confederation, said: “These figures show the health service is still struggling to climb out of the morass created by a decade of austerity.…

 Supporting the NHS on its decade-long journey towards an integrated health and care system, as well as delivering extra investment for new buildings and infrastructure, social care and addressing major gaps in NHS staffing, should be at the top of…