NHS Race and Health Observatory – Pulse oximetry and racial bias

The accuracy of Pulse Oximeter readings from black and minority ethnic people could be seriously misleading, particularly during the Covid-19 pandemic, and need further assessment.

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Effects of Ageing on the Musculoskeletal System & Management

Ageing is inevitable, with specific changes affecting the musculoskeletal system. Changes can occur to all of the musculoskeletal system. This includes the bones, joints, muscles, ligaments and tendons.

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Bishop of London, takes part in new Made By Dyslexia podcast series

Launched by Made By Dyslexia, a global charity led by successful dyslexics, The D.Spot, that boldly redefines dyslexia is a podcast series that aims to help the world properly understand, value and support dyslexia.

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Dear Pandemic-Weary Pastor

It’s not all bad. Some churches seem to have overcome the challenges of COVID in astounding ways. I love seeing reports about the amazing things happening in churches around the country despite the crisis.

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New poll finds Non Christians perceptions of the Church are improving

The Give Hope Campaign, which profiles the work of the UK church, is supported by leaders from Anglican, Methodist, Salvation Army, Baptist, Pentecostal, and Evangelical churches across the country.

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Kelontae Gavin celebrates Two #1s on the Gospel Radio Charts

Kelontae Gavin celebrates a new milestone with two #1s on the Gospel radio charts, as his single “Hold Me Close” hits #1 on both the latest Billboard Gospel Airplay Chart and the Mediabase Gospel Chart.

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