Post-mortem examination of 42 brain tissue samples of people with schizophrenia revealed a buildup of abnormal proteins similar to that found in people with neurodegenerative diseases. Many of the abnormal proteins were involved in nervous system development, specifically neurogenesis. Source: Physical evidence in the brain for types of schizophrenia – Neuroscience News
“Over four in ten adults in the UK are affected by food allergy or intolerance. But how can you go about finding out what the culprit is?”… Read More Patient Newsletters | 8 June / 19 May 2019
Suicide prevention research recognised in the ‘Nation’s Lifesavers List’
Support research commissioned by Samaritans by taking part in an online survey investigating how people react when they meet people who are in distress or are suicidal.… Read More Welcome to the Samaritans Monthly Newsletter | Samaritans | May 2019
> I am a supporter of pharma community platforms, but as a patient wish there was one platform for all of them rather than insular separate ones. I believe that compiling resources and knowledge could lead to better results. Plus, it would make them easier to find.
>Being invited back to #efpbarca this year was indeed exciting and also an honour. This review that follows will give you a few insights into my week at Barcelona with eyeforpharma as a ‘Volunteer’ Patient Advocate, and as ‘Impatient Conference Steering Committee member, attending through their ‘Patient Policy’.
Hope you enjoy reading!… Read More #ChronicillnessVOICE SPECIAL EDITION ‘PHARMA’ APRIL 2019 | eyeforpharma Barcelona review
I am a supporter of pharma community platforms, but as a patient wish there was one platform for all of them rather than insular separate ones. I believe that compiling resources and knowledge could lead to better results. Plus, it would make them easier to find.
What I have explained in this post is the chain reaction of ‘pain’ and ‘inflammation’ that I fight to prevent on a daily basis and when it gets as bad as this the ‘sciatic’ pain is so intense that it really does make me cry.
… Read More The burdens of pain management, inflammation and sensitivity to anti-inflammatories. | Carole Scrafton | 27 March 2019
Dreaming is crucial to normal brain function, but certain sleep and dream behaviours may be an indicator of underlying health issues. We examine what your dream patterns can reveal about your health ahead of World Sleep Day.
Patient Newsletter | Subject: Give us a smile! | 17 March 2019… Read More Patient Newsletters | 17 March / 14 March 2019
‘Attending an event during the middle of hibernation was a little daunting but I wasn’t going to let that stop me from going. ‘
What a way to celebrate our newsletters 1st birthday … Read More Special edition Happy new year & ‘Happy birthday’ #chronicillnessVOICE 1yrs young| January 2019 ~ a health newsletter for everyone! #chronicillness #notjustpatients
How to practise self-care
Can mindful drinking improve your health?
How to run a 10k with no experience
How to eat healthily on a budget
How to be a healthy vegetarian or vegan… Read More Patient Newsletter | Subject: The best hangover prevention tips | 30 December 2018
@SuzanneRastrick @SueBrownSB @BritOrthopaedic @HMSACharity @NASSexercise @thecsp @VersusArthritis @eular_org Edgar Stene Prize @TheKingsFund @WorkFoundation … Read More Latest edition! ARMA Newletter | Arthritis & Musculoskeletal Alliance | December 2018