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Santam : Protect your business from silly season risks

Protect your business from silly season risks Published: 03 December 2018 0Shares No business wants to experience downtime in the busiest weeks of the year. Santam, the Top Business Insurer in the 2018 Sunday Times Top Brands Survey, has top tips for companies to combat festive season risks. Millions of […]

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Barclays : launches new lipspeaker service for Deaf and hard of hearing customers

Deaf or hard of hearing customers can now opt to have a lipspeaker interpret their telephone conversations with Barclays The system will use unique customer system markers and nominated phone numbers to ensure only authorised calls are able to take place This new service was developed from direct customer feedback […]

Medical News Today: Can nanotech slow the progress of osteoarthritis?
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Medical News Today: Can nanotech slow the progress of osteoarthritis?

There is still no cure for osteoarthritis. However, one innovative nanotechnological approach may help send therapeutic agents deeper into the affected cartilage and remain active for longer. Osteoarthritis often affects load-bearing joints, such as the knee (shown here). Predominantly a condition associated with older adults, osteoarthritis is a debilitating condition. […]

Medical News Today: Depression: Electrical stimulation can ‘significantly‘ improve mood
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Medical News Today: Depression: Electrical stimulation can ‘significantly‘ improve mood

New research shows that deep brain stimulation can tackle treatment-resistant depression. Stimulating a brain area called the orbitofrontal cortex led to “significant” improvements in mood for people with moderate to severe depression. Using DBS to target certain key areas may relieve symptoms of severe depression. Major depressive disorder affects over […]

Medical News Today: What to know about a fever and HIV
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Medical News Today: What to know about a fever and HIV

One of the earliest indications of an HIV infection can be a fever. A fever in early-stage HIV infection may be a symptom of the virus rapidly multiplying in the body. A usually occurs within 2 to 4 weeks of exposure to the virus. Sometimes, a person may mistake a […]