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❤️ Health Tech

Health Tech, or digital health, helps us understand and take control of our own health. But we also cover more traditional health news like medicines, vaccines and medical procedures.

Linn Winge

♻️ Start-up tackling microplastics problem secures new funding

A Paris-based startup aims to make microplastics a thing of the past. 2022 could mean "make or break" for this business.

Kent Olofsson

🩸Artificial kidney could save more lives - and make dialysis unnecessary

The invention of an artificial kidney could help many more in need of a new kidney than what is possible today.

Kent Olofsson

🎗 Major breakthrough for breast cancer with new treatment

New treatment offers hope to breast cancer patients without costing more. It might also be useful for other cancer forms.

Kent Olofsson

💊 New covid-pill could reduce hospitalization risk by half

A pill can drastically reduce the risk of becoming seriously ill with Covid-19.

Kent Olofsson

🧠Hope for more effective treatment for Alzheimer's

New antibodies should be able to knock out more of the "protein lumps" that damage the brain cells of those with Alzheimer's disease.

Jakob Holgersson

💉 New method reduces severe malaria in children

A combination of existing treatments administered at the right time drastically reduces the number of children who falls seriously ill or die of malaria.

Jakob Holgersson

💉 The EU is investing heavily in faster vaccine development

A research project aims to reduce the development time for vaccines from a decade to roughly a year.

Khumbu Muleya

📱 App gives easy access to healthcare services in the DRC

A Software Developer in the Democratic Republic of Congo has created a new mobile application to easily access healthcare services and facilities in the central African country.

Magnus Aschan

💡 Optimist's Edge: DNA insights that change your life

DNA is no longer abstract and something only for scientists and the police. Today, knowing your DNA is affordable and accessible through home DNA kits – and it can give you insights that change your life.