In Your Head 4th March 2019

Music to her ears

“My mum discovered I had a hearing issue when she gave me the phone to speak to my Gran one day and I hung up because to me there was no-one there. I think I was around four or five.” ...

by Editorial Team

In Your Head 18th December 2018

The dizzying impact of an inner ear disorder

When Jennifer Rout had an attack of vertigo on holiday, it turned her world upside down – both literally and figuratively. Nearly six years later, life is pretty much normal again, but it’s been a long journey. “In January 2013, whilst ...

by Karen Finn

Family 14th December 2014

Your baby’s first tests and checks

The first cry, the first time you lock eyes, the first smile. From the moment you knew you're pregnant to the first time you can see and feel your baby in your hands, a whole new set of "firsts" start ...

by Andrea Toth

Pure Tech 30th November 2014

Why MedTech goes viral

A young boy hears for the first time, a Boston Marathon bombing victim dances on her prosthetic leg. Amazing people with amazing stories. This is why MedTech goes viral. Few things in life can be as emotional as getting something ...

by Julia Alvarez Herraez

In Your Head 18th November 2014

Speech to text and sign to speech

“There’s not been any real innovation for those deaf who cannot speak . . .” says founder of Motionsavvy, Ryan Hait-Campbell. And I believe him. Because if there’s anyone who would know about revolutions for the deaf, it’s a tech-savvy ...

by Andrea Toth