Patients with long-term health conditions are reaping huge benefits from being prescribed non-medical treatments by their doctors.
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Date: 16 Apr 2016 Time: 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM A unique conference celebrating 25 years of the IBS Network Presented by people with IBS with responses by medical experts Answering your questions: What is IBS? What can I eat? What do you want from research? How to live life better with IBS How to work with your doctor Speakers Include: Dr Anton Emmanuel Professor Peter Whorwell Professor Qasim Aziz also Cooking for the sensitive gut a cookery demonstration by Dr Joan Ransley Buffet lunch of IBS friendly foods Trade Exhibition Tickets are FREE to people with IBS and healthcare professionals or £25 if you are employed by a commercial organisation.
Shorts bring you the opportunity to attend this annual breakfast seminar to hear Scott Burkinshaw, Tax Partner and Rachael Dronfield, Private Client Director at Shorts, comment on what the budget announcements hold, and their impact on businesses and individuals.
Leading regeneration company Harworth Estates has appointed Knight Frank, Gent Visick and Innes England to provide full agency and development advice across its Yorkshire and Midlands property portfolio.
Leading education reformers, headteachers and policymakers will debate ways to boost standards in schools across the north of England at a summit delivered tomorrow by Sheffield Hallam University's Institute of Education and the Education Foundation think-tank.
Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity has teamed up with Irwin Mitchell solicitors who are offering charity supporters a special discounted Will writing service and also making a donation to the cancer charity for each Will they write for a charity supporter.
New technique will make blood transfusions easier At the moment blood can only be stored for up to 42 days without freezing techniques Current freezing techniques can damage red blood cells Scientists have developed a new approach for the long-term storage of biological tissue and blood samples making blood transfusions easier.