Dementia: the Silent but Prominent Disease

Around 50 million people suffer from dementia worldwide and there are nearly another 10 million new cases every year, according to the World health organisation (WHO). Furthermore It is estimated that 1 in 6 people over the age of 80 in the UK are diagnosed with dementia and that number is sure to increase dueContinue reading “Dementia: the Silent but Prominent Disease”

The war between Dentistry and COVD-19

Note: words formatted in bold can be found in the glossary. The Covid-19 pandemic has had widespread implications. The healthcare profession was poised at the forefront, dealing with the ever-evolving nature of the virus and the pressures it placed on its staff and services, whilst endeavouring to provide all patients with the best standard ofContinue reading “The war between Dentistry and COVD-19”

Genetic Engineering- the Reformation of Science

Note: words formatted in bold are ones which can be found in the glossary. Genetic engineering, a word often flashed by the media as ultra-modern and on the forefront of breaking edge research, in fact has very humble origins, dating as far back as 10,000 years ago. Genetic engineering pertains to the control and manipulationContinue reading “Genetic Engineering- the Reformation of Science”