Wednesday, June 23, 2021
The charity are calling on the government to increase NHS funding into dental services. - UK News

Charity urge government to increase funding for dental services

A CHARITY is calling for extra funding in dentistry as services have been drastically delayed in the past year.The Oral Health Foundation is asking ministers of parliament to address the issue of backed up...
people running at night| Health News UK

People’s attitude about health following the pandemic

WHEN asked how health-conscious survey respondents were now in comparison to six months ago, 58% polled stated they were a lot more mindful of their health.The investigation done by 1HQ Global, looked into the...
statistics - Research News Scotland

Responses to a major market research exercise have been published

RESPONSES to a major consultation and market research exercise on people’s perceptions of Spaces for People measures, and whether they think they should be retained, have been published on June 2.More than 17,600 people...
nurse using needle| Research News UK

Possible new treatment for bowel cancer discovered

AN INTERNATIONAL team of scientists have identified key factors underpinning the development of bowel cancer in patients with a genetic predisposition to the disease.The study is led by researchers at the Cancer Research UK...
Mental Health - Health News Scotland

More than 2,000 children have been waiting for mental health treatment

A CHILDREN'S charity has said that over 2,000 children have been waiting over a year to get treatment for mental health. An alliance of leading providers of children’s services has called on Scotland’s political parties...
The queue for Twickenham vaccination centre - UK Health News

Video shows keen under 30’s running to get their vaccines

VIDEO shows keen under 30's running to get their vaccines at Twickenham Stadium yesterday.The footage captured dozens of enthusiastic people running on the pavements and road to get to the stadium for their dose.Thousands of...
science beakers | Health News Scotland

Winner of the prestigious Edinburgh medal announced

AMERICAN anthropologist Heidi Larson has been awarded with the prestigious Edinburgh Medal.The Founding Director of the Vaccine Confidence Project will be presented with the Medal as part of this years Edinburgh Science Festival.The Edinburgh...
Robbie Mullen | Scottish News

Over £14k raised for family of popular Scot Robby Mullen who passed away suddenly

MORE than £14,000 has been raised in just three days for the family of a popular young Scot who passed away suddenly this week.The GoFundMe page has smashed the original £5,000 target for the...
tennis - Scottish News

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit a new junior tennis programme

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were today given a first-hand introduction to a junior tennis programme that will help more children enjoy the benefits of playing and staying in tennis.The Duke and Duchess...

Record 30 operating rooms to be shipped to Africa in 2021 through unique UK...

A DEDICATED TEAM in a hidden central Scotland hub is on track to build and ship 30 fully-equipped operating rooms in 2021 alone, all destined for hospitals throughout Africa.Kids Operating Room (KidsOR) is the...
research - Research News Scotland

First reported cases of blood clots causing a stroke following vaccination

There has been a small number of cases of ischaemic stroke reported in young adults following administration of a coronavirus vaccine.Clots in the arteries have been reported in detail for the first time in...
Heart - Research News Scotland

Number and age of siblings are “linked to risk of cardiovascular events”

First-born children have a lower risk of cardiovascular events, but having lots of siblings is associated with an increased risk.First-born children have a lower risk of events such as heart attacks and strokes than...
Kettle - Business News Scotland

Student hopes his design is everybody’s cup of tea

PEOPLE are now inviting their loved ones inside their homes for tea or coffee, a university student has designed products to make this easier for those who might struggle.Product Design student Nick Fitzpatrick has...
Covid - Research News Scotland

Analysis can help to reveal new paths to treat covid-19

A TEAM of international scientists has identified key cellular factors that are crucial for the infection of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. The study was led by the Universities of Glasgow and Oxford and the Rosalind Franklin Institute and published in Molecular Cell. It provides crucial new...

East Lothian kids get back in the swim

Young swimmers across Scotland have led the way in showing there can be a safe return to leisure facilities with thousands signing up to resume lessons in their local pools – not least in...
Shaky Team group - Health News Scotland

Cyclists gear up for University’s Parkinson’s campaign

Some of Scotland’s most prominent Parkinson’s Disease campaigners and supporters are to cycle hundreds of miles for a fundraising campaign.Members of the “Shaky Team” will be getting on their bikes to cycle 30 kilometers...
Allan Fraser - Care News Scotland

Care worker who pointed knife at colleague issued with a warning

A CARE worker who pointed a knife at a colleague and said “I will kick your f***** a*** around this f***** kitchen” has been given a warning.Allan Fraser, who was employed by SB Cares...

UK charity’s breakthrough learning platform for African paediatric surgery launched

A UNIQUE charity is transforming the training of children's surgery in Africa through a major new learning platform, launching throughout much of the continent next week.Created by more than 70 African surgeons, the Kids...
car wreck - Research News Scotland

Scotland has seen the highest drop in car accidents since the pandemic began, research...

VEHICLE accidents on UK roads have fallen by 30% since Covid-19 struck and the UK went into lockdown for the first time.LeaseLoco submitted a Freedom of Information (FOI) request to UK police authorities, asking for data...
A SCOTS toddler has been diagnosed with a rare form of stage four cancer after being told three times by GP’s that she just had a viral infection - Scottish News

Scots toddler diagnosed with rare cancer after being told she had a viral infection

A SCOTS toddler has been diagnosed with a rare form of stage four cancer after being told three times by GP’s that she just had a viral infection. Flora Gentleman from Aberlady, East Lothian was diagnosed...
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