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Breakthrough For Brain Cancer Treatment

By Tim Sandle

Scientists have found the environment within cells (the ‘micro-environment’) influences the development of brain cancer. It is hoped this insight will help fight the condition glioblastoma, which is a near-fatal form of brain cancer (only 5 percent of those infected survive than five years post-diagnosis). Glioblastoma multiforme is the most common and most aggressive form of […]

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Wearable Blood Pressure Device Launched

By Tim Sandle

Wearable technology, like smart watches, are becoming the latest technology ‘must have’ item. Although many products are aimed at the gimmicky consumer end of the market, some have a serious side as well, such as promoting health and welfare. A Japanese company has invented the first wearable blood pressure monitor. The device resembles a smart […]

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MediaPad M2 10 Tablet Showcased at CES 2016

By Matthew Adams

A number of companies showed off new tablets at CES 2016. Among them was Huawei, that to its chance to showcase the MediaPad M2 10. That is a tablet which has some notable specs and novelties. Perhaps the most notable novelty of the MediaPad M2 10 is its stylus M2 Pen. That is a pen […]

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TSA Agents Still Indecently Assaulting Children

By Alexander Baron

It is ironic, is it not, that at a time when on one side of the Atlantic ageing celebrities are having their names dragged through the mud and seeing themselves dragged into court for allegedly touching some demented female inappropriately ten, twenty or years ago that on the other side, the US Government employs […]

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5 Year Olds Eat Their Weight In Sugar Each Year

By Tim Sandle

Based on the recent statistics a 5 year old can eat and drink their body weight in sugar equivalent every year. Public Health England has launched a new campaign aimed at educating parents and teachers about the risks of over-consumption of sugar and the presence of ‘hidden’ sugar in foods. The campaigns aim is for […]

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Peanut Oil Biofilter Successfully Removes Pollutants

By Tim Sandle

To clean the air of pollutants, like solvents released from factories, an innovative inventor has developed a special type of filter. The filter is termed a ‘biofilter’ because it uses living microorgani to denature the polluting chemicals. Biofiltration refers to a pollution control technique that uses living material to capture and biologically degrade pollutants. The […]

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Simon Danczuk Hoist With His Own Petard

By Alexander Baron

Labour MP Simon Danczuk has been in the forefront of the historical child sexual abuse witch-hunt for the past few years, and has been actively tarnishing the reputations of politicians alive and dead, including the now recently deceased Leon Brittan. Alas, the tables have been turned on him, and, surprise, surprise, he doesn’t like it. […]

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Murder In And Out Of The Soaps

By Alexander Baron

The plots of the UK’s leading soap operas are a wonder to behold; the tiny Emmerdale has deaths per square metre than Damascus; EastEnders once saw two different murders the same night. Unbelievable as that is, what happens off-screen is often even unbelievable. In 2012, an actress who appeared in over thirty episodes […]

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Smart Bandage Challenges Superbugs

By Tim Sandle

A so-called ‘smart’ bandage has been developed. The idea behind this color changing, glowing wound dressing is that it can alert healthcare professionals to bacterial infections occurring. The risk with many wounds is with them becoming infected. Once a wound becomes infected it becomes much difficult to treat. The dressing is composed of a […]

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High Dose Of Vitamin D May Help Those With MS

By Tim Sandle

New research suggests taking high levels of vitamin D may help to alleviate the symptoms for people suffering from multiple sclerosis. This finding has come from a study involving 40 people with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis.  Those taking part were  either administered a high dose of 10,400 international units (IU) of vitamin D supplements per day, […]

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