Monday 24th April 2017
Gut feelings: how what you eat could be affecting your health - and what to do about it
How does our everyday diet influence how we feel, and could a few simple changes really make a difference?
A Design for Life: is scleroderma in the genes?
What is the link between our genetic code and developing scleroderma? Researchers from Spain have recently studied genetic alterations and established a connection with the pathways that dictate the clinical features of scleroderma. The study is significant because increasing our understanding of the genetic pathway could be a faster route towards identifying effective new therapies for this complex condition.
Open Research - revolutionising the publishing process for SRUK research
SRUK is working with our partners at the Association of Medical Research Charities via their new Open Research Platform, to revolutionise the publishing process for our researchers. This will enable SRUK-funded research groups to publish their work in a streamlined and cost-effective way, with the ultimate goal of translating new knowledge into effective treatments for people living with scleroderma.
Monday 10th April 2017
Katie Piper's Face To Face
Channel Four's series on make-up for skin conditions.
Thursday 6th April 2017
Should disabled toilets be called accessible toilets?
It's all part of a move to try and recognise people with invisible illnesses - disabilities and long-term health conditions that aren't physically obvious. Disabled toilet signage is being changed across the UK.