Tech for Parkinson’s: From apps to steady spoons and walking sticks

April 11, 2017

In the UK an estimated 127 thousand people are living with Parkinson’s disease. In the United States the estimate amounts to more than 1 million. This puts the disease on rank two among the neurodegenerative diseases, se... Read more


Living healthy with type 2 diabetes: These 20 inspiring blogs show you how to do it

March 22, 2017

When thinking of diabetes what is the first thing that comes to your mind? Insulin? Injections? Of course, these things are very important – for type 1 diabetics. However, almost 90% of all diabetics have type 2 and mo... Read more


Depression in the UK: Why it affects everyone and what we can do about it

March 7, 2017

Mental health concerns all of us: sooner or later everyone will come face to face with depression or anxiety – as a patient or a relative. In contrast to physical diseases such as diabetes or hy... Read more


PMS: The Ultimate Survival Guide for Guys

February 12, 2017

Every 28 days – sometimes a little earlier or later – some men walk on eggshells. It is that time of the month when a woman not only gets her period, but also PMS. PMS (premenstrual synd... Read more


PMS: The Ultimate Survival Guide for Women

February 12, 2017

Every 28 days – sometimes a little earlier or later – it starts all over again: the menstrual cycle. While the period itself is perceived as an annoyance, this is nothing compared to the torture many wome... Read more


Protection from stroke: How the internet can help 1.3 million UK Atrial Fibrillation patients

January 17, 2017

Atrial Fibrillation (also 'AF' or 'AFib') is a serious health condition that, if untreated, can have severe consequences. In the UK alone, 1.3 million are diagnosed with AF. Every 18 minutes a UK citizen suffers an AF-related ... Read more