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Blogs about Medicine & Health

9 blogs about Medicine & Health.

  1. Dr Alun Withey
    “I am an academic historian of medicine and the body, and 2014 AHRC/BBC 'New Generation Thinker'.” 🇬🇧

    Medicine on the Move: Early Modern Travel and Remedies
    As my new project on the history of travel, health risk and preparation begins to get underway, one of the things that I am thinking about is the place of travel within early modern medical …
    By Dr Alun Withey, 1,086 words

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  2. Evidently Cochrane
    “Aims to make Cochrane evidence really accessible, and to encourage discussion about it, through weekly blogs, which usually feature new or updated Cochrane reviews on a health topic.” 🇬🇧

    Acute middle ear infections in children: evidence on ways to prevent and treat them
    In a blog for anyone interested in preventing and treating acute middle ear infections in children, Sarah Chapman from Cochrane UK looks at the Cochrane evidence on various approaches. The post Acute middle ear infections …
    By Sarah Chapman, 64 words

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  3. In the Pipeline by Derek Lowe | Science | AAAS
    “Derek Lowe’s editorially independent blog on drug discovery and the pharma industry.”

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    Taurine doesn’t make the news that often, but it certainly has recently. That’s because of this paper, which suggests that one aspect of aging is in fact taurine deficiency, and that this can be remedied …
    By Derek Lowe, 1,024 words

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  4. The Mental Elf
    “Keeping you up to date with reliable mental health research, policy & guidance.” 🇬🇧

    Exploring people’s experiences of psychotherapy for self-harm: the importance of the therapeutic alliance
    Hannah Wallace summarises a systematic review exploring people's experiences of psychotherapy for self-harming behaviours, which highlights the importance of therapeutic rapport and the clinical competencies that support developing a good relationship between clinicians and service …
    By Hannah Wallace, 70 words

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  5. NHS England » Blogs
    “Latest blog posts from NHS England.” 🇬🇧

    Millions can book flu jabs online from Monday
    Millions of people will be able to book their flu vaccines online from Monday, as the NHS booking system opens ahead of what could be a challenging winter for the health service. As part of …
    By jboshell, 64 words

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  6. Plenge Gen @rplenge
    “Discovery Research | Better Health.” By Robert Plenge. 🇺🇸

    Increasing R&D productivity: “Bullseye, Aim, Fire!”
    At the beginning of the summer, I had the opportunity to join the team at Royalty Pharma for a great event at MIT (link here). It was an interesting time for me as I was …
    By Robert Plenge, 219 words

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  7. The Savvy Diabetic | Blog
    “Visit the post for more.” By Joanne Milo. 🇺🇸

    Savvy Updates, 9/25/23: Vaccine to Reverse T1D, Seraxis Cell Therapy, Medtronic Simplera CGM, Diatech Diabetes SmartFusion Uses AI to Detect Infusion Failures, DotCool Fridge Sensor, Spinach Extract Heals Wounds, Novo/Ypsomed Partner for AutoInjectors, FREE Covid Tests Again
    New Vaccine Can Completely Reverse Autoimmune Diseases Like Multiple Sclerosis, Type 1 Diabetes, and Crohn’s Disease by the University of Chicago for, 23 September 2023. Researchers at the University of Chicago’s Pritzker School of …
    By thesavvydiabetic, 118 words

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  8. Special Needs Jungle
    “News, info, resources & informed opinion about Special Educational Needs, disability, children’s physical and mental health, rare disease. Campaigning to #FixSEND.” 🇬🇧

    Research: Cost of Living Crisis having “profound and far-reaching consequences”, increasing SEND needs while forcing cuts to school support budgets
    New article from Special Needs Jungle: Amy Skipp, ASK Resesarch, and Jenna Julius, NFER Over the last few weeks, NFER and ASK Research have published a three-part research series, funded by the Nuffield Foundation, investigating …
    By Amy Skipp, 95 words

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  9. virology blog
    “About viruses and viral disease.” By Vincent Racaniello. 🇺🇸

    Trial By Error: David Putrino on New Nature Study of Long Covid Immune Profiling
    By David Tuller, DrPH I’ve posted two past interviews with David Putrino (here and here) about long Covid, ME/CFS, and related issues. Dr Putrino, a neuroscientist and physical therapist, is director of rehabilitation innovation at …
    By David Tuller, 87 words

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