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Medical events that you cannot miss

Each year, Okomeds, Medical Translators Services, offers businesses and public organisations a list of medical events, conferences & congress taking place soon all over the world. You can find here the medical events taking place this summer all over the world: United Kingdom, Austria, Germany, Hong Kong,...


Don't miss your chance to read all the latest news and research on nutrition. Olives: Nutrition and health benefits Olives are popular as both a snack and an ingredient in salads, sandwiches, and stews. They have a chewy texture and a rich, salty taste. In this article, you...

Veterinary news #1

Latest news and issues from the world of vets and veterinary sciences: Call for inspirational young vets to enter new award This wide award celebrates inspirational young vets who are making a difference through their day to day work. Recognising that the transition from student to qualified...

Healthcare news #1

  All the latest news about Healthcare from around the world: Using Data to Provide Better Health Care to New York’s Homeless New York City Health + Hospitals, which serves more than one million people a year, is now sing data science to identify and “phenotype” homeless patients...

Getting diabetes misdiagnosed

Nearly 40% of adults with type 1 diabetes were misdiagnosed with type 2 says research done by the University of Exeter. It is key to provide efficient translation services to patients when being diagnosed. This prevents misdiagnosis and ensures they get the right treatment including insulin or...

Medical Books That You Can’t Miss!

We celebrate World Book Day by proposing two medical books written by doctors: “This is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor,” by Adam Kay and “When Breath Becomes Air Book”, by Paul Kalanithi. Adam Kay's first book, “This is Going to Hurt, revisiting...

Millennials change the healthcare system

Millennials (ages 21–32) will change the healthcare system by expecting continuous improvement. Advances in technology, demographic shifts and consumer trends will affect the healthcare landscape in the future. As patients behave more like consumers, they seek to use their digital skills and experiences as they interact with...

Winter medicine news and medical translation
Winter healthcare news and medical translation

As patients more and more want to be active participants in information exchange and decision-making processes concerning their health, and technology is rapidly advancing, integrating big achievements in other fileds to the healthcare sector, data collected via personal monitoring devices will be growing. It can be...

The present and the future of cancer patients care
The present and the future of cancer patients care

The number of researchers and resources devoted to oncological research and the possibility to use new technologies, make us feel optimistic for a future cure. Meanwhile, oncological care is experimenting notable changes. For example in Spain, Oncological Functional Units have been created in order to...

Medical Innovation and translation news by OKOMEDS

Early diagnosis is the best cancer prevention                                         Amadix, a Spanish startup located in Valladolid and winner of the Madrid South Summit, aims to provide diagnostic tools...