Veteran patients at a specialist NHS orthopaedic hospital can now benefit from an app that helps them feel more informed about their pre and post-op care and treatment. The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital in Shropshire is the first NHS Trust to use the myrecovery app. The app is designed with orthopaedic patients
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Pharma giant Bayer has announced a new educational initiative offering schools free workshops on the cardiovascular system. The initiative has been launched at the Baylab science laboratory, located at Bayer UK’s HQ in Reading, and will educate students aged seven to 13 on heart health and support teachers to deliver on the national curriculum for science in an “innovative
A start-up has launched a project to screen 15,000 people aged between 45 and 80 using smartphone technology. Set to commence in the town of Breda in the Netherlands, the project will be focusing on chronic kidney disease (CKD). The new study is being instigated by Israeli start-up Healthy.io, a few weeks after it raised