Why I use the NHS App – Dionne Daniel, senior nurse, Barts Health NHS Trust

Why I use the NHS App – Dionne Daniel, senior nurse, Barts Health NHS Trust

I’m Dionne. I’m a senior nurse at Barts Health NHS Trust. I’ve got type 2 diabetes and I commute four hours a day. The NHS App makes it easier for me to plan my appointments, to keep on top of my results, and to make sure that I’ve got my prescriptions ordered. I can do

How accurate is the iPhone’s pedometer at counting steps?

How accurate is the iPhone’s pedometer at counting steps?

My iPhone tells me I’ve taken 3,414 steps today, but can I trust it? That’s something researchers at UBC wanted to find out. For researchers, the iPhone seems like a very useful tool because a lot of people already have smartphones and it’ll be an easy and effective way for us to measure physical activity

Depression and its treatment

Depression and its treatment

Mood naturally fluctuates and everyone experiences highs and lows in their lives But in some cases changes in mood can become long-lasting Debilitating and can impair someone’s ability to hold down a job, or sustain meaningful relationships It’s estimated that around 10 percent of people will at some point in their lives suffer from depression

New Warnings About The Security Of Your Personal Information On Dating Apps | NBC Nightly News

New Warnings About The Security Of Your Personal Information On Dating Apps | NBC Nightly News

The Next Best Thing to Exercise = H2 (Hydrogen) Tablets in Water

The Next Best Thing to Exercise = H2 (Hydrogen) Tablets in Water

Nick: Wow! So this type of technology and therapy, it’s affordable, it’s effective, and it’s something that every person can benefit. Can a young person use it as well as a senior? What is the category of use? Tyler: Excellent question, but because we’re seeing that hydrogen does have such a high safety profile —