It’s fair to say that the past year has not been plain sailing for any of us. With the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping across the world, the UK nation was left with no choice but to spend more time indoors. However, it wasn’t all doom and gloom. Many of us used our free time wisely and took up some new hobbies to help keep our minds and bodies occupied – a lot of which required the outdoors.
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, medical practices have had to make changes to accommodate their patients’ needs. As the fear of the national health crisis grew, healthcare facilities realized the need to prioritize patient safety. Along with preventing communal spread, private clinics, hospitals, and other healthcare establishments had to find innovative ways to provide a positive experience. Continue reading to learn how these goals were accomplished.
Manufacturing has been revolutionized by technology. However, pharmaceutical manufacturers are only just beginning to see the potential of innovative product creation. The potential benefits of technology in healthcare are vast, and revolutionary techniques are clearing the way for a cost-effective, efficient, and tailored approach to medicinal production.
There is always a good reason to smile. However, a lot of people find it difficult to do so due to dental problems. Dental problems are annoying but they can be prevented. Preventing dental problems can be as simple as brushing and flossing after every meal, eating properly, drinking enough water, and seeing a dentist regularly. It is important to learn about common dental problems so you can not only help ensure they do not appear but to also know what to do in case they do.
Do you ever sit down at your desk in the morning and think to yourself, ‘What am I doing here? I don’t belong in this job. Am I a fraud?’? Well, if you do, you’ll be glad to know that you’re not alone. 62% of UK adults experience what is more commonly known as ‘imposter syndrome’. But what is it?
Unlike the traditional challenges of winter flu season, the ongoing demand for medical grade protection (PPE) created by COVID-19 now extends to non-acute settings such as care homes and GP surgeries.