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Published on October 7, 2014

Dr Google will see you now

Dr Google will see you now

The last time you felt unwell, did you look up your symptoms online? If you did, you’re not alone! In recent years there has been a 13.5% surge in the number of people searching for terms related to their health, and a third of doctors surveyed say that their patients come to them with their [...]

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Published on March 25, 2014

StockdaleMartin’s first smartphone app is launched!

StockdaleMartin’s first smartphone app is launched!

Us Brits spend, on average, a whopping 41 hours each month using our smartphones. That’s more than one hour per day! Not only are we spending a lot of time on them, the number of times we reach for our phone is on the increase. Let’s face it, we’re hooked! The way we use our [...]

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Published on November 7, 2012

Change4Life app aims to educate public on the impact of alcohol

Change4Life app aims to educate public on the impact of alcohol

Most of us enjoy a drink from time to time, especially when we’re celebrating birthdays, weddings, new year’s eve…the list goes on. As you soon realise, one drink turns into plenty more by the end of the night! The Department of Health are always on the lookout for new ways to educate the public on [...]

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Published on October 12, 2012

Free-to-use font for people with Dyslexia

Free-to-use font for people with Dyslexia

As a marketing agency we work with lots of funky fonts all the time, it can all get a little bit confusing. Those tiny fonts are extremely hard to read! Now there is a solution for those who struggle with words jumping all over the page – an open sourced font has been launched for [...]

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Published on August 31, 2011

An App a day keeps the doctor away

Health Secretary Andrew Lansley is calling for all of us to send ideas for an NHS health app, in the hope of helping patients make informed health choices and creating digital communication channels between health professionals and patients. From patients to GPs and nurses, everyone is invited to submit ideas and online maps. To help [...]

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