Archives for January, 2015

US Researchers Link Dementia Risk to Over-The-Counter Medicines

January 28th, 2015
US Researchers Link Dementia Risk to Over-The-Counter Medicines

Researchers in the USA have linked common over the counter drugs to an increased risk of dementia. In a study published in the JAMA Internal Medicine journal, researchers from the University of Washington analysed the health of more than 3,000 people aged over 65 years old. At the start of the study, none of the […]

Doctors in London Carry Out UK’s First Newborn Transplant Procedure

January 20th, 2015

Doctors in London have carried out the UK’s first newborn baby transplant procedure. Doctors at Hammersmith Hospital transplanted liver cells and kidneys from a six day old baby girl and gave them to two individuals after her heart stopped and she sadly passed away. In a gesture, which doctors described as an “act of extraordinary […]

Everything you need to know about the Aesthetic Surgery Services legislation

January 13th, 2015

Cosmetica Training produced an in depth analysis of the new legislation, so here’s a brief guide. In 2014, a new legislation for aesthetic surgery services was approved by the CEN. In the near future, the new European Aesthetics Surgery guidelines will be published, but what does this mean for aesthetic practitioners and patients? Broadly speaking, […]

Could a Computer be a Better Judge of Your Character Than Your Closest Friends?

January 13th, 2015
Could a Computer be a Better Judge of Your Character Than Your Closest Friends?

When it comes to judging people’s characters, you’d think that your family and friends would know you best, but a new study begs to differ. Researchers from the University of Cambridge and Stanford University claim that computers can actually be a better judge of character than the people who are supposed to know us best. […]

Cancer Cases to Reach Record High in 2015, Charity Warns

January 6th, 2015
Cancer Cases to Reach Record High in 2015, Charity Warns

The number of people affected by cancer in the UK is set to reach a record high this year, according to Macmillan Cancer Support. According to the charity, which provides support for millions of individuals and their families in the UK, 2.5 million people will be living with cancer in 2015. Research suggests that there […]

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