Registration is open for Bike Oxford, sponsorship opportunities are available and local businesses are encouraged to use it as a ‘pedal-powered’ vehicle for good. Registration is now open for Bike Oxford 2022, one of the largest single day city sportives in the South of England, held at Oxford University Rugby Club. The event, now in […]
Following former Rugby World Cup winner Steve Thompson’s diagnosis of early-onset dementia at 42 and probable chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), and a number of NFL and rugby league players facing a similar prognosis, a new research study explores the experiences of family members of former athletes with CTE.
The internet is “awash with misleading information and terminology” about type 2 diabetes leading to “exploitation of a vulnerable group”, analysis by a charity shared ahead of World Diabetes Day has found.
Leading occupational health provider TP Health has recorded stellar growth and announced the appointment of a new Non-Executive Director, following the completion of a management buyout by a team including its two founding Directors.
Since the summer before studying for my degree in nutrition some 16 years ago through to now, I have been contracted by the Nutrition Society and [since the outsourcing of publications] Cambridge University Press to work on four of the world’s leading Nutritional Science journals.
Back in November, B4 member Jackie Jarvis asked other members how they energised their ‘Mojo’. Now, as we hopefully approach, fingers crossed, the permanent end of lockdown, we revisit this article with Tim Wraith of Sobell House giving us an injection of his ways to keep going. Many of us will feel battered and bruised from the personal and professional challenges we have endured over the last 12 to 14 months, so how does Tim keep going? We also revisit what our members said last year in Jackie’s article.
1 in 2 people will have cancer, and this rate is increasing. More people will have cancer at some point in their lives than not. Over 1000 people are diagnosed with cancer every day in the UK. That’s staggering! So what needs to be done to reduce cancer rates and make cancer treatment more effective?
People in Oxfordshire are being urged to familiarise themselves with the new (step three) national COVID-19 roadmap rules that will apply from Monday, 17 May so that they are aware of what they can and still cannot do.