Are we starting ‘anti-ageing’ too early?

10 May 2024

In the news this week… Are we starting ‘anti-ageing’ too early? And, university students have built a solar-powered car and driven it across Australia. For all the latest headlines sent straight to your inbox, join our mailing list by emailing us today!



Medical freedom vs. public health: Should fluoride be in our drinking water?

Simple oral rinse can detect gastric cancer early, shows study

GDC: Fitness to practise initial inquires pilot extended and scope widened

Kehlani said they got cheap composite veneers and regrets them. Here’s what you should know about the procedure.

Targeted Diagnostic Botox Injections Can Identify Trigger Sites for Migraine

Ben Affleck Allegedly Upset With Jennifer Lopez For Pushing Him To Get Fillers And Botox, Plastic Surgeon Weighs In

Are We Getting Preventative Injectables Too Early?

Beckinsale Addresses Botox Rumors Following Recent Hospitalization; Everything To Know About Botox

What is ‘banana botox’ and does this anti-ageing beauty trick really work?

“Butterfly” Lips Are an Up-and-Coming Controversial Filler Technique

Renewable energy

Battery energy storage systems: a bright future for Scotland

Harnessing solar power: A step forward in Jamaica’s renewable energy journey

Microsoft invests in renewable energy to power data centres in Ireland

Renewable Hydrogen on the island of Ireland – the catalyst for a Balanced Pathway

Juniper Green and SJVN sign pact for 320MW renewable energy

A bright idea: uni students build solar-powered car and they’ve just driven it 1863 miles across Australia

Demand outlook dips again – fall in prices of solar panels

Green hydrogen production hub approved to decarbonise transport and hospitals

Gode Wind 3 powers up, Cadeler installs first offshore wind turbine

UK issues turbine lifts safety notice

Egypt: Norway’s Scatec and Orascom to construct $9 Billion Wind Farms

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