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15th October 2019

People with dyslexia have the skills to future-proof the workforce

Studies have found that on average one in every 10 people in the UK are dyslexic and struggle with literacy. Research, published by EY this week, found […]
8th October 2019

Health apps to take a look at?

The global wellness industry is huge, not least in the UK where it is estimated to reach a staggering £22.8 billion by next year.  This multi-billion […]
27th September 2019

An in-depth look at the benefits of testosterone

Hormones are largely responsible for many of the day-to-day functions in our bodies. This can mean everything from reproductive functions to simple energy and mood levels, […]
25th September 2019 extends range of services with new online treatment, one of the world’s leading, jargon-explained, sports injury, rehab and fitness website, has partnered with PhysioFast Online (PFO), who offer interactive videocall appointments with qualified […]
14th September 2019

Brain performance is taking a quantum leap

Health industry innovator, SOFOS Associates is leading the way in the field of brain optimisation by launching the UK’s first cognitive optimisation clinic to enhance individual […]
10th September 2019

New project sees Ultimaker develop 3D printed wheelchairs

Ultimaker printers used to develop custom 3D printed wheelchairs for developing countries in new motivation innovation project  Machines made by leading 3D print manufacturer, Ultimaker GB, […]
10th September 2019

There is a new app that can help the lonely get together – it’s called Socializer

With the expansion of social networks, people are physically socialising less than ever. Even though this sounds weird, it’s a well known paradox. With the introduction […]
29th August 2019

We Are Undefeatable

We Are Undefeatable: a major new campaign to support people with long-term health conditions to be active Over one in four (15m) people in England live with […]
21st August 2019

Revealed: Long working hours shorten life expectancy by nine years

– Working weeks that exceed 48 hours may shorten life expectancy by up to 9 years, new research shows. – New interactive guide reveals the average […]