The University of Warwick Launches "#DocTok" to help young people with health worries
The University of Warwick is excited to announce the launch of "#DocTok," a new initiative that harnesses the expertise of medical doctor Dr James Gill to address and communicate possible medical concerns to the younger generation. #DocTok videos will appear on the official University of Warwick TikTok page @UniOfWarwick the popular social media platform to provide accessible and accurate information on a wide range of health issues, from chlamydia to tonsillitis, anxiety, and depression.
Anticoagulant does not increase live birth rate in patients with inherited blood clotting and recurrent miscarriage
A medication commonly prescribed pregnant patients with an inheritable blood clotting condition and a history of recurrent miscarriage does not help to reduce their miscarriage risk, a new international study led by UK researchers and funded by the NIHR has found.
New treatment helps people stop addictive opioid painkillers used for chronic pain
Researchers at the University of Warwick and The James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough have led a clinical trial, funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR), on a new treatment which can help people stop needing to use opioid painkillers to manage chronic pain.
Students at the University of Warwick show benefits of social prescribing for dementia
Students at the University of Warwick are leading social prescribing research for dementia, highlighting the benefits of this innovative approach during Dementia Action Week.
Cool as ice: How new research is helping scientists preserve cells
A method to store advanced cell models has been developed by researchers at the University of Warwick.