Microplastics have been found in human lungs and blood. But what damage are these tiny particles doing?
A controlled study in healthy people considered 'obese' on the BMI scale has shown that the timing of the largest meal of the day affects perceptions of appetite and hunger but not amount of...
The BBC have reported on the development of a self-sterilising plastic, which demonstrates the ability to render viruses such as Influenza A and SARS COV-2 inactive.
'Dotplot' a device for monitoring breast health at home, has won the James Dyson Design Award 2022.
The National Autistic Society worked with Mattel, Inc. to create the first autistic character in Thomas and Friends, which importantly, is voiced by 9 year old Elliot who is autistic.
Last week the BBC reported on a simple 'sticky tape test' that can be used to predict eczema risk in infants. 1 in 5 children in the UK have eczema, which can have a negative impact on daily life.
Last week NICE recommended the use of faecal transplants for recurrent Clostridium difficile infection. But what are they and how do they work?
The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) are urging new university students to ensure they are vaccinated before Fresher's Week.
BBC Newsbeat have reported on the challenges of being Deaf when your lessons are on Zoom or your teacher is wearing a mask.
In this Tweet from Sky Sports , we hear the incredible story of Charlie Wyke, Wigan Athletic football player.
Earlier this year, research was published that explored the views of the autistic community on the benefits and challenges of wearable technology to assist emotional regulation.
Do you want to be fitter, happier and healthier?
Rose Ayling-Ellis worked with Barbie to create their first doll with a hearing aid.
Earlier this week the BBC reported on government-funded social prescribing pilots in a number of cities, aimed at improving health and reducing the burden on the NHS.
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