Is Gene Editing One Step Too Far?
Originally discovered by a researcher from Osaka University in 1987, gene editing could potentially be used to eliminate heritable diseases through deleting … more
Flu: Are Llamas The Answer?
As the annual flu season approaches, many of us get vaccinated against prevalent strains of influenza, identified from the southern hemisphere's winter. Flu is caused by … more
The Ethics of Guide Dogs
For over 80 years guide dogs have been aiding blind people to live more active and fulfilling lives. However, a recent discussion on ITV’s popular breakfast show & … more
Cooking Away Loneliness
The loneliness epidemic has already begun, but is the UK sufficiently prepared to deal with it?
With the first ever Minister for Loneliness in the world, being appointed … more
Music and Dementia: A Perfect Match?
With half of all women predicted to develop dementia, are we doing enough to improve the lives of those living with this degenerative disease?
A dementia … more
How Will The UK Cope With An Ageing Population?
As the UK’s population ages, are we making appropriate provisions for a health care system that some say is starting to creak?
Infonetica … more
Is Obesity Becoming The Biggest Health Epidemic?
With obesity quickly becoming the number one risk factor for cancer, is it time we start thinking about the bigger picture? Today you’d be hard- … more
Do Employers Have A Responsibility For Their Employees’ Mental Wellbeing?
With an estimated 1 in 4 people exeriencing a mental health problem in any given year, it is perhaps unsurprising … more
Are We Finally Addressing The Mental Health Taboo?
With the #itsokaynottobeokay campaign sweeping social media, is it a sign that we’re finally starting to break the taboo around mental health? … more
Is Women’s Cycling ‘Just Business’?
Sports can often be identified as a mixing pot of individuals, but how much diversity is there really in the world of sports. Can people of … more