Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Health Research News

SciTech Europa brings you the latest Health Research News from across the field of European Science & Technology Research, Development and Innovation.

Cleaning products

Cleaning with bleach could create indoor air pollution

Bleach fumes, in combination with light and a citrus compound found in many household products, can form airborne particles that might be harmful when...
Black death

Inside the genetic history of the black death

New studies on the plague genomes of the black death reveals how the bacterium diversified after a single introduction. An international team of researchers has...
Bacterias

Bacterial weapon could be used for antibiotics

A weapon bacteria use to vanquish their competitors could be copied to create new forms of antibiotics, according to Imperial College London research. Researchers have...
BPA Lids

Use of BPA linked to poor lung function

Pregnant women exposed to higher levels of the commonly used chemical bisphenol A (BPA) are more likely to have children who suffer with wheezing...
Emergency care

Using AI tech to reduce emergency admissions

NHS Vale of York CCG rolls out evidence-based intervention technology to help reduce unplanned hospital care as nationally emergency care admissions reach 10-year high. An...
Therapists

Being a therapist in the digital age

Kara is an online office and business platform for specialists in health and education that aims to modernise the way in which specialists connect...
Heart, pollution

Air pollution: A cardiovascular risk factor

New studies have found that death rates due to pollution are much higher than previously thought, causing 4.2 million premature deaths per year. Ambient and...
Antibiotic drugs

Novel disruptive antimicrobial susceptibility tests

Novel disruptive antimicrobial susceptibility tests (<2 hours) sets the bar higher for improved patient outcomes by allowing selection of cost effective and highest sensitivity...

Better solutions for the replacement of joints

We need a better solution for the repair and replacement of joints. Biomaterials, cells and specialised organ culture bioreactors could be the answer. Orthopaedic Research...
tea, plastics

Spilling the tea on plastic consumption

New research shows that teabags brewed at 95°C release billions of microplastics and nanoplastics into your drink. In recent years, there has been a rise...

SciTech Special Reports

SciTech eBooks

SciTech Partners

Pin It on Pinterest