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  • Social media can threaten medical experiments

    Social media can threaten medical experiments0

    Testing new pharmaceutical treatments is a complicated process. Very often, participants have preferences or hopes, either about what the test should measure or about what the outcome should be. Patients often enrol in the trial seeking access to experimental drugs while physicians usually have guesses about which treatment will work better. The sponsor will only

  • 11 best computer speakers | The Independent

    11 best computer speakers | The Independent0

    It’s no secret, whether it’s a laptop, tablet, or even a desk top PC the pre-packaged speakers and sound systems leave much to be desired. Do you want to lose yourself in your music, games, or movies? Or maybe you just want to avoid the choppy muddy sounds of a subpar speaker? No matter the

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    Equinix helping Irish businesses to scale to global tech hubs in minutes0

    Equinix, Inc., the global interconnection and data centre company, has announced the next phase in the evolution of Platform Equinix® with the unveiling of Network Edge services, a new product innovation enabling companies to modernise networks virtually, within minutes, by deploying network functions virtualisation (NFV) from multiple vendors to connect their digital supply chains at

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  • Social media can threaten medical experiments

    Social media can threaten medical experiments0

    Testing new pharmaceutical treatments is a complicated process. Very often, participants have preferences or hopes, either about what the test should measure or about what the outcome should be. Patients often enrol in the trial seeking access to experimental drugs while physicians usually have guesses about which treatment will work better. The sponsor will only

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  • RCOT launch ‘Adaptations without delay’ report

    RCOT launch ‘Adaptations without delay’ report0

    The Royal College of Occupational therapists (RCOT) has launched a new guide, ‘Adaptations without delay’ which will help speed up the process of delivering adaptations to people’s homes. Adaptations play a crucial role in prevention and improving health and wellbeing for older and disabled adults and children and in consequence the sooner they are installed

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